The odd one out at a traditional Japanese wedding?

Looking at the odd one(s) out at a traditional Japanese wedding?

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  1. Squidpuppy says

    Wow. That green kimono is, er, eye-catching? I wanna say horrible, but it’s actually tastefully patterned, if it weren’t for that 1970s Maserati Green.

  2. says

    Uhoh, somebody didn’t get the memo :-)
    Great shot, I like the way the guys and the girls are completely separated in this shot, impossible to talk to a girl if there is so much office politics to be discussed ;-)

    • says

      Cheers!

      Yeah. A wedding party it may be, but it doesn’t mean social norms can be abandoned. Far from it.

    • says

      Thanks! Yes, the kimonos are nice and all that, but it’s definitely her looking at the camera that makes the shot.

  3. willy says

    This pic is great for all the obvious reasons.. but maybe even more so for the dude on the left that could have been in ‘eh.. eh.. eh…’ mode..

  4. Bernadette Marchetti says

    I love the unintentional pose the girl in the white kimono makes. I wish I could move the chicks in the red and green kimono out of the way.

  5. Ming Yu says

    A wedding hmm… ? If it weren’t for the stink-eye, it’d seem more like a coming-of-age ceremony! The vibrant colours are just so festive too! Were they okay about the shot I wonder?! Lovely picture as always, Mr.Lee! :)

    • says

      Thanks! Yeah, definitely a wedding. Tried to get a shot of the bride and groom, but it wasn’t possible. Just too much of a crowd. But despite the somewhat surprised look in the photo, nobody seemed to mind. Or at least I hope not!

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