Wednesday, September 1, 2010
In Japanese, "sorosoro" means it's about time I...
for example, if you are out and you need to start heading home, a signal is to say "sorosoro"...and the rest is implied (i.e., that it's time to go and you don't need to give any reasons, just by that word it's understood by the context). So that word comes to mind for me now, as it's September already, and if I'm going to post any photos from the summer, then 'sorosoro', it's about time I...do it!
So many highlights, the summer was like a full circle, travelling to US with the full moon out the window of the plane, reflected on the wing, to meeting the deer, to going to NY, visiting with friends and family, visiting some museums, to meeting Natsumi, spending time at the beach...to going to a dance workshop at Kripalu, to meeting the deer again,
to flying back to Japan with the new moon...
a yellow cab, taken by Yasu
Next: two views of Bryant Park, also taken by Yasu:
Since I am posting so far 'after the fact', the mood of today is reflected in which images I choose...
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