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Ginkgo Views in Tokyo

When the skies are in shades of joy

I took these photos last month. Since, we have moved swiftly, right smack in the middle of winter. Snowfall is rare in Tokyo, so seeing it is both precious and pathetic because it’s never enough to last beyond a day or two. The first week of January, we were blessed with its fluttering flakes one overcast afternoon.

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Tracy Luk

Tracy Luk

Tokyo, Japan | INFP | Minimalist | Parent | Avid Reader | Seeker | Em Dash Lover | Never without a camera going with the flow with my kids in tow ♡

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