Original owner of image: Jeremy O’Sullivan
Date of original image: December 30, 2011
Ladder type: Bamboo Ladder
Used for: These types of ladders are in fact commonly used for most jobs! In Tokyo a bamboo ladder (and even bamboo scaffolding towers) are widely used for most government ran work.
How many different web pages is this ladder image on: 50,000+
Where is it: Shinjuku Gyoen, Tokyo, Japan
Story behind it: Jeremy O’Sullivan may well be a professional photographer but his pictures are a little more unusual than most other out there. He just loves to take pictures of people/animals relaxing! Yep! Not happy, sad, emotional just relaxed. And we think he pulls this off surprisingly well! And the image we are here to see was taken of a man (name unknown) in the amazing looking Shinjuku Gyoen garden park.
And in the style that Jeremy O’Sullivan tries to capture images, we think it’s the perfect shot. Although we have to say that if we could find time to relax anywhere the last place we would lay is on up any kind of ladders let alone a bamboo one in the middle of a park!
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