Azakusa Shrine, Tokyo, Japan
Analog, sometime in January 1999. This one could have been taken with the Olympus Stylus 105Z. I had a Fujifilm DX7 then but either I had no more space on the 4 MB cards that I had. We stopped over in Japan for two days on our way back from a month's trip to the Philippines, Ron's first trip then, and I had probably filled the cards then. At that time, I had no laptop to download pictures from the camera, so once I had the cards filled, I had to wait till I got back home to download in the desktop. Compact cards then was prohibitedly expensive - the camera came with a 4 mb card - a 32 MB card then cost about a hundred bucks! The highest resolution I could have in the DX7 was 640 px at the longest dimension.
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