The Five Story Pagoda of Sensoji

If you read my blog regularly you know that I recently purchased the Nikon D610 and sold my D7000. After selling the D7000, I used the money to purchase Nikon’s 16-35mm f/4 VR lens. I’ve really been enjoying it! It’s a spectacular lens, and sharp as can be. Also recently, my oldest daughter has begun to get into photography, using an old camera my wife had, so we went down to Asakusa earlier this week so she and I could test out our cameras together. This was one of my favorite shots from the evening, of the five story pagoda at Sensoji Temple. It’s an impressive piece of architecture and worth seeing if you’re in Tokyo.

This was also one of my first posts over at the new social site Ello. I’ve heard a lot of skeptics, but personally I am loving their website. It’s simple, beautiful, and really encourages interaction with others. You check out my profile and ask for an invite here:

Camera: Nikon D610
Lens: Nikon 16-35mm f/4 VR
Shot Info: f/7.1 | 1/80 sec | ISO400 | 29mm

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  • Deano @ JapanTravelMate.comAwesome photo… I keep scrolling down on this shot, quite a cool effect how it expands as you scroll down, like some kind of tripped out visual trick!ReplyCancel