A lot of Tokyo neighborhoods have a split personality, tranquil, quiet and ancient feeling down one street, and down the next, a boisterous circus of saccharine , neon illuminated modern dystopia. I guess you can tell which I prefer by my choice of language. I find myself relaxing in the quiet part of Karasuyama, in an area known as Oteramachi. I generally don't come here to photograph though, but for some reason to try something different. All the images you see here are multiple exposures, not HDR, but I guess you can say painting with strobes. This is a technique I often use in car photography but I thought could be interesting applied to architecture and nature. I was just playing around so I didn't use multiple light modifiers like I normally would opting just to use a standard reflector on the light which yields deep shadows and bright highlights, perhaps not the best choice for this subject, but it really opened my eyes more to what I can do for future photo shoots.