Meteoroscape photography expressed skillful world.
There are two things that all elementary school boys feel bitter about. One is home works during vacation and the other is this world where the use of “Skill” is prohibited. Why is the Kamehame-Ha not fired even if the hand is protruded? Is it because the will-power of mine is not fulfilled yet? I’m very much enthusiastic, am I not?
That’s why I headed to Mt. “Ryu-O” this time, which means “King of Dragon”. Shooting provoked with the name of the subject may have been the first time, aside “休暇村を探して“. I made the last cut a little aligned.
By the way, Mt. “Ten-no”, which means Mt. “King of Heaven”, is also nearby, where Hideyoshi the Shogun won over warrior Mitsuhide. It seems that the people who were interested in attaching a very ostentious name there lived in this vicinity. Though these are literally mediocre mountains. They might have been called “backyard mountains”, otherwise. I guess they must have been the type who practice “Skill” hard.
And speaking of “Ryu-O”, the first thing that comes in my mind is the video game; Dragon Quest. It is Shogi in the second because of the name of the title. For generations after the Ice Age, games are not analog, but video games. Of course, conservative people may think that those are a little lower, since video games are the being separated from reality. Some may argue that sticking to the “Skill” is like the behavior of elementary school boys.
However, let’s look at the reality again. Needless to remember this summer’s Olympics, the gaming industry is now one of Japan’s proud industries and one of the important pieces that make up the present age. Game theory is applied to reality, and play (role play) is going beyond real-world reproduction to become a new means of communication to work remotely.
If you try to express it, shooting the explosion effect around Mt. Ryu-O could be one of the best things to, I wonder. ( It is an analog method of moving the lens when shooting, though.)
The game industry has plenty of examples of the relationship between original and reproduction. One of them is a very interesting history so-called “Atari shock”; in which whole industry was abused and almost disappeared once before, as a result of the easy reproduction of software. The other example is the rule of Nintendo and the independence of the third softwware parties. Those might be a subject somewhere again.
For now, I’m thinking of heading to The Den of Maou for the next holiday.