Choose My Best Instagram Photos – Round 1, Group 36

It’s been a while since the last time I posted some Instagram photos. I’ve actually started adding new photos, but I’m going to stop doing Japan photos soon. These votes are all about Japan photos, so any newer ones from Canada will not be included in these votes.

This time, there was a bit of a theme. A colour theme! You’ll see what I mean. Enjoy these pictures.

The rules are simple. I post 10 of my Instagram photos every few days, and you get to vote on your favourites. It’s multiple choice, so please vote for 2 to 4 photos (3 is ideal). Leave a comment saying why you voted the way you did. The poll comes after the photos.

Here are the photos:

Mt Fuji, Tanzawa Mountains and big blue sky

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Soba restaurant and convenience store on the platform

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Purple!

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Blue!

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Green!

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Yellow!

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Orange!

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Red!

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Old Sotetsu train

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Preparing for demolition

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And now the vote. Please vote for your favourite photos (ideally 3, but anywhere between 2 and 4):

Please leave a comment saying which ones you voted for and why. I like to know why people like what they like. Thanks!

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13 thoughts on “Choose My Best Instagram Photos – Round 1, Group 36”

  1. I voted for the Soba store train station, the other old Sobetsu train photo, and the preparing for demolition … I like the best photos that have people in them, doing ordinary things like standing around, or walking in the rain. The train tracks with the store and platform has nice lines, and the one for demolition captures a sense of “life goes on as usual” impression. I like the gray tones of the Sobetsu train one…has an aiar of agelessness to it.

        1. Yeah, I don’t do it much, either. I love doing photos with a lot of colour, though. In the future, there will be some very vividly colourful pictures to vote on.

            1. I believe our high school grad photos were hand-tinted. The technique softened the photos, sort of airbrush effect. I didnt really like it much.

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