“When we are children we seldom think of the future. This innocence leaves us free to enjoy ourselves as few adults can. The day we fret about the future is the day we leave our childhood behind.” ― Patrick Rothfuss
If you ever find the urge to just stop talking to people but still have the comforts of the modern world then Japan is for you. Everything is automated– it’s essentially the vending machine capital of the world. You can get everything you need without having to converse with a real person and I mean everythiiiiing. Convenient? Yes. Can drive you mad after a while? Definitely.
“Life is a tragedy when see in close-up, but a comedy in the long-shot” -Charlie Chaplin
As promised, here are some close-up shots of a few relief sculptures in Prambanan Temple in Central Java
As you might have noticed, the blog format has been updated to reflect the changing times—or more specifically to soothe my control-freak-obsessive-compulsive tendencies better. I do like things done a specific way (yes, I realize I should see a shrink about this but I simply cannot afford one!) and the old format really wasn’t cutting it so THIS happened!