streets without names

m. werneburg, 2010.07.14
cover of street photography book

I spent five years in Tokyo, taking my camera wherever I went. Now I've assembled a book of my favourite photos from that time. I called the book streets without names. So if you've ever wanted to see Asia or if you just like street photos, have a look. The whole thing begins here.

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Thanks for the quick response i have a follow up question with my situation as a foreign worker. Can i still work here in alberta havingy work permit til nov2015 and file an outland process for spousal sponsorship? Or should i really leave canada while its ongoing?


You should be able to stay in Canada. In fact, the visa office in Manila will ask for your passport early in the process (after about six weeks, once your husband has been approved as a sponsor). You won't, at that point, be able to leave the country. I believe that you should look into "dual intent".

And by all means, get all the information you can from CIC.


that is some hard-core ikke-ikke onna. they must turn the dial on the sunbed to beyond the max to get their faces that dark! thanks you sir

aditya choubey

I was hoping that it was 100% make-up. But I suppose you never know.

(Man, that was nearly a decade ago, already.)


Great pictures Mike. Love the texture.


Thank you, sir!


that is some hard-core ikke-ikke onna. they must turn the dial on the sunbed to beyond the max to get their faces that dark!


Kinda sad that the fad has passed on. I guess the kids'll have to come up with something new.


rand()m quote

(In which I leave the final word to someone else.)

One day you will take a fork in the road, and you're going to have to make a decision about which direction you want to go. If you go one way, you can be somebody. You will have to make compromises and you will have to turn your back on your friends. But you will be a member of the club and you will get promoted and get good assignments. Or you can go the other way and you can do something [...] for yourself. If you decide to do something, you may not get promoted and get good assignments and you certainly will not be a favorite of your superiors. But you won't have to compromise yourself. To be somebody or to do something. In life there is often a roll call. That's when you have to make a decision. To be or to do.

-John Boyd, US Air Force

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