Beautiful Photos of Highway Interchanges in Japan

Photo: Ken OHYAMA [Flickr]

Photographer Ken Ohyama is one talented guy: he turned things as mundane as highway interchanges into amazing works of photographic art.

Link [Flickr photoset] - via Pink Tentacle

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I've always wondered what it must be like to live in an urban environment like Tokyo? Living in Toronto we at least have some space to meander about freely without running into a skyscraper so the idea of having alot of built up areas intrigue me.
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Who says highway interchanges are mundane? I always thought that they were beautiful, indeed, they are certain to be what are civilization is judged by thousands of years in the future, just like the romans are known for their aqueducts and the Egyptians for their pyramids.
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