These three ladies were having a wonderful time at Osanbashi pier, they even asked me to take their picture with their camera.
A lone rider passing through Motomachi.
At first glance it looked like she was going to give me a knuckle sandwich but she was to sweet to do that.
Having friends is a wonderful thing.
A bit of motion blur here but I don't mind.
A tourist in Kamakura.
Street portrait in Kamakura.
Happy girls booking a rickshaw ride in Kamakura.
On her way to do a little shopping (at least that's my story).
You know I love you, I always will
My mind's made up by the way that I feel
There's no beginning, there'll be no end
'Cause on my love you can depend
--Reg Presley of The Troggs
Looks like a waiter from Rick's Cafe
Notice how nice the sidewalks are in this part of town?
I'm sure I had the wedding ring in my pocket.
I'm cool, you're cool... we're cool. That's cool.
I got my Ray-bans, how 'bout you?
I got my Ray-bans too!
Life is good! Yamashita Park, Yokohama
Children are the future.
The wedding march; a glorious day - nothing beats it.
Well, a good cup of coffee is pretty good too!
A good jazz bar is a pretty good treat as well.
A cloudy sky makes all the difference.
A sky like this doesn't happen everyday. It's almost as if an artist painted it.
Minato Mirai skyline, Yokohama
A decorative post cap in Kamakura.
A damn big ship at Osanbashi pier.
The passenger terminal entrance at Osanbashi pier.
A couple can dream.
I rode that Ferris wheel - once was enough. I felt like I should have got flight pay for being up there. By-the-way, I'm afraid of heights.
Nothing like getting you're buns steamed.
Okay, back to the people watching. Girl power on the move.
Get me to the church!
A flute player in the park - her music was perfect for the moment.
Most people want friends. It's a lucky person that is blessed with more than one.
Well that's it for the month of September. See you in October!
And, as always...
Thanks for stopping by!