はしら – Support

SupportJunctions. Whenever I’m in Tokyo, Japan I really enjoy taking photographs of junctions. One might say it’s the influence I’m my good friend and amazing photographer +Takahiro Yamamoto but in all honesty just being able to see such intricate structures is enough to hook my interest. So when we were at Kasai JCT in Edogawa Takahiro pointed out one of the more interesting parts of that particular junction. It’s where every part of that structure seemed to come together and intersect with one another. Each pillar seemed to properly support their assigned section, not to mention each other. And with the lighting of the sunset bouncing around it would have been a waste not to get a photograph of it. It’s always impressive seeing architecture and designs like this. I always imagine it must have taken an interesting imagination to not only come up with such a design but to think that it would work out exactly as intended. Ever since this shoot at Kasai JCT I remind myself to keep an eye out for where similar intersecting points might be whenever I come across a junction in Tokyo. Or anywhere I am really. But that being said I can honestly tell you that this is by far and will continue to be one of my favorite views of any junction.