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In Sydney’s Hyde Park, Haruki skates in a swarm of controversy.

I asked Haruki (I admit to not knowing his name at this point) to do a jump so I could shoot him in the light bouncing off the War Memorial. An elderly couple (read: older than me) roundly castigated us both – Haruki for skating and ‘potentially killing a small child’, me for ‘encouraging him, particularly as I was old enough to know better’. It was a moment of instant bonding with my new friend Haruki.

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I like to travel and take photographs. I like to blog about both.

One thought on “316

  1. Thank god for you and Harito, is all i can say. What a magnificent photo. It also turned out to be pretty poignant, given that it’s a war memorial, and Harito sounds like me might have a connection to Japan.

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