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A megalopolis can feel overwhelming at times.
With Tiny Tokyo (Chronicle Books, March 2014) Australian photographer Ben Thomas shares bird's eye-views of Tokyo using 'tilt-shift' photography technique as part of his CityShrinker experiments.
Miniature views of Tokyo for Tokyo Thursdays # 288
Previously: Sake your 4th of July with Green Tea Sake-Tini courtesy of Palais des Thes NY
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