A blog about travel ideas in Japan especially in Tohoku region
Sendai in Black and White
Sometimes things could look different if we view them in monochrome. If we strip all the colors out of our everyday surrounding, how would they look like? How would you perceive objects devoid of hues as opposed to seeing them vibrant through your eyes?
This post is dedicated to Sendai that I have come to fall in love with, to capture the seemingly normal objects and places and depict them differently. The photos will be updated regularly in descending order (newest first).
Updated 1 July 2016
Hitachi System Hall Sendai, where performances and sports events are held.
A weird looking building with hole in the center. Sendai Literature Museum.
A children slide in Dainohara-shinrin Park. A bit creepy, but still playable :)
Close-up of statue and the water droplets in Shintera.
A church near Kita-yobancho.
The smooth-flowing Hirosegawa, taken from Yodomibashi river bank.
Kotodaikouen fountain, where usually big events like Yosakoi festival or Aoba festival are held.
A small shrine in Kamisugi near Kotodai Park.
A kouban or police box in Nishikicho Park.
Lone tree in Zendoji, a buddhist temple in east of Sendai.
An interesting book shop and cafe ‘Garden of Mars’.