Clean and tidy
This is another picture of not only a part of the Tokyo Bay, but also of a part of Tokyos Skyline.
If you've paid attention, you will notice that the buildings behind the bridge have already been shown in my latest post, so why did I upload them again?
I've taken this picture in the Hamarikyu Gardens, just like that last one.
So, what's the difference?
Well, while I've focused on the correlation of nature and the architecture of Tokyo, with this picture I'm focusing on the correlation of the sea and the buildings.
I've edited this picture in a rather "neat and tidy" look, which greatly increases the white and bright tones, for a pretty simple reason.
I sadly didn't really remember to take a picture, of how tidy the streets in Tokyo are.
Really, I'm impressed! There's not a single piece of waste on the streets, which (according to our guide) is due to the well behaviour of Tokyos residents.
He claimed that the japanese children are taught to bring their waste back home, instead of throwing it onto the streets.
That would seem to be the normal behaviour to anyone, but really.
Go outside, and take a look onto the streets in a regular big city. You will notice, that there are a few pieces of litter scattered all over the place.
But that's absolutely not the case in Tokyo!
And well... that's pretty much what I wanted to express with this picture. Even though I don't really have a picture of the tidy streets, I still hope that this picture kind of brings my message across.
What do you think of this picture?
Does my editing support my message?
Let me know in the comments!