The summer heat will not get us down. Head held high, moving with a decisive stride, off they go.
Some people strut while others just mosey along. In the end we all get to the final destination.
These boys are going to lunch and they're damn happy to do so.
Waiting for the light to change gives a person time to pause and reflect, soul search, think about the meaning of life - or just pause and thoughtlessly wait for the light to change.
The best sunscreen is the parasol; 100% effective.
Love your children rain or shine.
When I see a jogger I think "that's what I should be doing" then they pass by and that's that.
A busy day at Osanbashi pier.
It's good to have friends.
Smile for the camera.
One of the nicest things about Osanbashi pier is that it's 100% barrier free.
Another jogger passes by and so do my fleeting thoughts about getting in shape, maybe start running again; maybe run the Yokohama marathon... yeah right, never happen!
One is never to old to be Joe Cool.
Break out the selfie stick it's time for a selfie!
What??? another jogger... this is wearing me out.
It's a lovely day for a stroll in Yamashita park.
Some people can make a park bench look good.
The view from a park bench is pretty good too!
Making the call.
Lunch time is over, everybody get back to work!
Yokohama's finest keeping an eye on traffic.
If you're happy I'm happy.
Of course not everybody can be happy.
Day two: Return to paradise. I had so much fun yesterday I decided to do it again today.
School girls by Yokohama stadium.
The three amigos on the move at Nihon-odori boulevard.
More joggers, more thoughts, more excuses.
Everyone looks good in Yamashita park - it's the law!
Rust never sleeps.
What a beautiful day - sometimes it's good to be me.
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