This is mogami74’s photo blog.
I am trying to publish this blog in English half for non-Japanese people, half for improving my English.
A classic musician said that music is an only universal language. He is wrong. Photography is also. I learned little French but I like the photo of jump over a water taken near Saint- Lazare station. Regardez!
But how about this blog? What piece of my photo can speak on behalf of my tongue? I am no professional photographer. I just love to take a photo just as I love to listen to music. Play it loud!
For this blog I decided 2 themes I can enjoy (maybe, hopefully, you can). Hope these photo speak on behalf of me.
I hesitated over which spell is the best for this word. First I would like to spell “Mosica” just like “Musica”, German word for music. But in Japan “Mosica” will be pronounced like “mo-C-ca” not “mo-G-ca”. “mo-C-ca” in Japanese language is “if ever” or “perhaps”. No, that’s not good.
“Moji” means “letter” “character”, or “alphabet”. “Ca” in this case means “disaster” or “trouble”. “Moji-ca” means “disaster of alphabets”.
By this theme “Mojica” I would like to introduce my photo including Japanese letters and characters. Especially when I find mistakes or funny sentences, I will show it here.
I visited Helsinki on July 2009. It was a happy place (in summer) and we were hanging around. There I took a photo of bicycle. When I took it, I didn’t think It’s impressive…I felt nothing special about it.
Then after a certain period of time, I picked it up from a pile of photos… metaphorical expression, of course. It’s a jpg file.
Strange but somehow I liked this casual snapshot of a bicycle left on the corner in Helsinki.
By this theme “Bicycle”, I would like to introduce my photo with a bicycle (or bicycles). I have to admit I have no special reason to take a bicycle photos but actually I have no special reason to take anything. I just liked my bicycle photo in Helsinki and I would like to take photo like that again.
and some more
I sometimes take photo of my lovely daughter, and anything in Tokyo.
I have an old digital camera EX-S2 by CASIO, so I try taking some photo by this. (Usually, I take photo by Sony NEX-5N)
I hope you enjoy my photos.