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呉服町札の辻  街中の光景  (静岡市葵区)
Japan

Tall clown

Playing children

Glance of the happiness

Scenery of the downtown

静岡市の繁華街、呉服町の「札の辻」

この交差点では週末のひと時、

大道芸人によるパフォーマンスが継続的に行われている 

次の出番を待つノッポのピエロ 

その姿に喜んだ子供たちが、彼女を追い掛け回す

このような光景が日常的に見ることのできることは 

幸せな事だ

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Uploaded: 21/04/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014
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