Of Mannequins in Ginza.
In truth, it's more like my impressions of Ginza.
Ginza might actually be one of the earlier Tokyo districts that I knew of, before Shinjuku or Shibuya, because I was stayed there during one of my first few trips in Japan when I was a child.
Since I moved to Tokyo, I haven't actually been to Ginza that much because I live closer to the Shinjuku area.
It was until a recent video shoot at Ginza on the day when the world was supposed to end that I found myself falling rather in love with the place again.
I even took some photos during the video shoot.
The photo of the mannequin prompted me to have a discussion with a lady friend, we both shared a childhood fascination for mannequins, they were either disturbing or intriguing to me.
"They are such melancholic creatures dessyo?" She said.
Especially when they are taken apart for cleaning or maintenance, and that lifeless smile remain upon their faces.
I returned to Ginza again two days ago, trying to check out the problems with my iPhone. My iPhone was incurable, I may have to get a new one.
On the other hand, I also couldn't stop myself from looking at the mannequins in Ginza.
This time, I also had my 7D with me.
This will be my last post of 2012.
Happy new year, everyone.