WAttention Photo Contest: Best of 2015 (2)

We kicked off our WAttention Photo Contests on Google+ this past April, and with so many great submissions, we thought we'd round up the year by posting our favorites.

Moving on to Fall, we were more than pleased with the wonderful photos posted of Tokyo Must-Buy Omiyage, Shibuya, and Autumn Colors. Again, don't miss the winning shot, featured at the end!

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"Momiji", Jojakuko-ji Temple in Kyoto, Nov. 2014, by Cheryl Lim


 

"A Portrait of Hachiko" by Rochelle Dumlao
"A Portrait of Hachiko" by Rochelle Dumlao


 

"Fall, Ryoan-ji Kyoto, late Nov.-Dec. 2014" by Stephen Wee
"Fall, Ryoan-ji Kyoto, late Nov.-Dec. 2014" by Stephen Wee


 

"Koya Splendor" on Mount Koya, fall 2009, by Marc Sorbe
"Koya Splendor" on Mount Koya, fall 2009, by Marc Sorbe


 

"Tokyo Omiyage, Asakusa" by 利姆歐失
"Tokyo Omiyage, Asakusa" by 利姆歐失


 

"Mt. Kona autumn, Nov. 2009" by Marc Sorbe
"Mt. Koya autumn, Nov. 2009" by Marc Sorbe


And the winning photo is...

"Seconds before the crowds start filling the Shibuya Scramble intersection" by Krimmer Rine
"Seconds before the crowds start filling the Shibuya Scramble intersection" by Krimmer Rine


This photo impressed for capturing the anticipation of Tokyoites and tourists heading into the Shibuya Scramble intersection.

Catch our third and final installment for the year next time, featuring Shinjuku, Yokocho (Japanese Drinking Alleys), and Japanese Winter.

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