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Gil Abadines

Tokyo Skyline from Tokyo Tower Top Deck - February 2024

4-chōme-2-8 Shibakōen, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0011, Japan

15 February 2024

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On the 15th of February, 2024, employing the innovative "flying willy" technique, I seized a distinctive panorama from Tokyo Tower as the city embraced a winter afternoon under cloudy skies. The urban landscape, harmonizing tradition and modernity, sprawled below, with skyscrapers reaching into the overcast sky.

Amidst the winter chill, around noon, Tokyo revealed a special charm. From the heights of Tokyo Tower, the flying willy method documented the city's interplay of light and shadow, providing a panoramic view that stretched both vertically and horizontally.

The lens traversed Tokyo's diverse neighborhoods, capturing the energetic vibe of the metropolis and the serene tranquility of parks, presenting a mosaic of the city's varied facets. Roads beneath sparkled like a futuristic circuit board, illuminating Tokyo's vibrant life.

Shifting towards Tokyo Bay, the Rainbow Bridge linked the city to Odaiba, casting a mysterious ambiance against the cloudy backdrop of this midwinter afternoon. This flying willy panorama freezes a moment in time—February 15th, 2024, a bit cloudy, capturing Tokyo amidst its daily rhythm.

In this snapshot, Tokyo Tower's view on that winter afternoon becomes a testament to the city's enduring spirit and unique beauty. Even under the clouds, Tokyo thrives, offering a glimpse of its character from an unconventional perspective on that specific February day in 2024.


Canon M50mk2 /Samyang 8mm 

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