When I was strolling along Tokyo's Ginza shopping district, Japan, I caught sight of a life-size bronze cupid sculpture looking around the corner of a building for 'prey'. Peeking around the corner of a jewelry store in the Ginza shopping and entertainment district is a bare-bottomed bronze cupid, armed with an arrow of love. The cupid standing on the corner of the Tenshodo building (watch and jewellery retailer) that intrigues all who pass by.
Sometimes during travels on many unexpected occasions, interesting photo opportunities do crop up. It is precisely for these unplanned occasions that having a camera on-hand and ready, really pays off. With the advent of smart phones, having a camera on-hand and ready at all times has become more of a norm rather than the exception.
Okay if cupids were real this would be about how big it would be. Romance seekers might just want to assemble here. Beware of cupid's arrows!
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