As those of you who have been following Sushicam for a while, you will see that todays photos are a departure from the recent norm, and actually slip back into the style that I first started with: Documentary type shots that show some od things. Not necessarily artistic, or even Good for that matter, but a slice of the real Japan nonetheless.
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I spent last week in Hawaii on a business trip. (A hardship tour for sure) While it was nice to get a taste of the good old U S of A again, I was kind of surprised about how hard it was to get around. Especially seeing as I am not functionally illiterate there like I am here in Japan.
My coworker was the one doing the driving, and I was the navigator, and I have to admit I failed miserably at the job. It didn’t help that the street signs are effectively the size of postage stamps, and darn near impossible to discern since the hawaiian alphabet ahs only 13 letters, and at first all the street names looked pretty much the same. Just long strings of letters like HALAKUALAKOANAMOA.
Not the easist thing to filter through at 60 mph when you are not familiar with it. “3rd Street” would seem a more logical choice. It’s simpler too, but maybe that’s just me..