When I’m taking travel photos I take photos of all the normal stuff everyone photographs, plus odd shots that attract me. I like to call them “Through a Tattered Lens.”
Next up, North Seymour Island, Galapagos, Ecuador.
The first photo, of all the wires, reminded me of my trip to Japan. As I walked around in one of their cities, there were wires like these everywhere. You would think with Japan it would be more modern, but it wasn’t.
It never ceases to amaze me how little regulation there is is. You would think somehow that would be dangerous, wouldn’t you?
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