He Watches the Wicket

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    These Shinjuku Wickets see 3 million people a day. Japan Rail 2008. Rick Cogley rick.cogley.info

    1. Craig ! 78 months ago | reply

      Cool repetition - I like the guard in the background.

    2. Rick Cogley 78 months ago | reply

      ever_moire thanks. The guard kept staring my way. I'm getting a little more used to being bold and just going for it. I wanted one with just the gates, no people but the guard, and it took a few shots to get it. He was giving me the "you're encroaching on my space" look. :-) -- Rick Cogley [web|flickr]

    3. alessio grazi 78 months ago | reply

      this is Amazing !

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    4. Alain Davreux (will be back soon) 78 months ago | reply

      nice composition and use of DOF, well done Rick !


    5. Rick Cogley 78 months ago | reply

      alaindavreux, thank you for saying so. The lens was the 60mm micro (macro) Nikkor and it seems to have some nice qualities.

    6. CharleyMarley 78 months ago | reply

      Very cool perspective. :)

    7. Rick Cogley 78 months ago | reply

      Thanks, CharleyMarley. I was getting some pretty strange looks crouched down at the end of the wicket snapping away. :-)

    8. CharleyMarley 78 months ago | reply

      Im just shocked you actually got a shot in Tokyo with NO other people in it. Not to mention the worlds busiest station of all places.

    9. Rick Cogley 78 months ago | reply

      CharleyMarley, I waited and waited, and took a lot of shots. It was lucky, because you're right - this is one busy wicket!

    10. Utterly Me 44 months ago | reply

      Lovely composition and DOF! I am also very impressed by no other people in the shot! ;-)

    11. Rick Cogley 44 months ago | reply

      Thank you. It took a while!

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