During my most recent visit to what I've come to consider home away from home, Japan, my good friend found some time to take me out to the Edogawa Ward of Tokyo, more specifically to the Kasai area to check out some of the scene out there. After spending much of the afternoon at the Kasai Rinkai Park, he led me out to the Kasai JCT to set up for a potential sunset shoot. We arrived with plenty of time, and after pointing out a few ideal compositions, we sat back and relaxed, waiting for the sun to dip closer to the horizon. With some clouds now in the sky and the sun starting to provide some interesting color, he pointed out this particular spot. The sun was setting diagonally and managed to position itself right down the middle of these two overpasses. So I setup my tripod right next to Takahiro's and snapped this shot. I also decided to upload this here as a full res image since I have it backed up on Google Drive. I haven't uploaded full res before so I thought it might be fun to let folks zoom in on this one.
To see one of Takahiro's images from this day, check out his post: https://plus.google.com/+TakahiroYamamoto/posts/YDjeGr6LJqX or check out the page to see more of his images for Nikon.
And in the tradition of a Takahiro junction photo, here is the photo data as he would present them.
Date: April 12, 2014
Place: Kasai, Koto, Tokyo
Camera: Sony A7R
Lens: Tokina 16-28mm f/2.8
Adapter: Metabones (Nikon to E-Mount)