I looked at the images I've collected on my Monochrom after the past few weeks and they were all more or less of modes or places of transportation; Trains, Subways, Airplanes, Train Stations and Airports with very little scattered in between. That's the reality of business travel which I think is different than most people's image of it. The photos understandable given the amount of travel I have been doing. I hope to have little travel for the rest of the year.
I just checked my mileage status and I made Gold on United before dropping them as an Airline I use. I just can't support them anymore. I was able to make Platinum on ANA in the latter half of the year. I was flying them anyways most of the time but continuing to collect miles on my United card. I still have a dream that one year I will make no status on an Airline one year.
I've continued to grow my shop Grown Man Shave. It's a lot of fun and I'm enjoying tinkering with it. This is one of my favorite times of the year. As the season begins to change I get to wear my favorite clothes; sweaters, scarfs and jackets. As the air begins to cool and I enjoy early morning walks. I love the feel of that cold air on my face. I especially love the feeling of it my face if freshly shaven.
Today's Configuration: Leica M Monochrome with Summicron 28mm f/2.0.
I spent a few hours at Incheon Airport on the way to and from on a recent trip to London.
The best way into London by far is the Heathrow Express. It drops you right at Paddington Station then where ever you are going is a short taxi or subway ride away.
I finally had time to get out for a few hours this trip and see Buckingham Palace. I have been to London many times but I have never made it over. It was worth the tour.
There are many embassies near my office so there are often protests from the various right wing groups. This one was protesting near Chinese Embassy and asking Japan to "Beat the communist Chinese and break ties from China". Most of these groups have huge trucks and are blaring their message from huge speakers on the roof. Japan really need to pass a noise ordinance law to start to curb these.
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