She is totally beautiful, like the star of a vintage movie from the 1940s.
Lisa by industar
Saturday, March 3, 2012
IN THE EARLY 60S, THE COLOR OF THE LANTERN MADE NO DIFFERENCE TO THE MAMA-SAN OR PAPA-SAN WHO OWNED THE CLUB, BAR, BISTRO OR CABERET. To most of us servicemen, a bar was a bar as they sold Kirin, Asahi and Suntory.
LANTERNS OF EVERY COLOR IN YOKOHAMA OF 1960S
Pencil sketch by Robert L. Huffstutter, Yokohama memories of 1961-63
(Woodless Colour Pencils by KOH-I-NOOR, Made in Czech Republic)
THIS IS A FANTASTIC PHOTOGRAPH. IT EXHIBITS HOW IMPORTANT THE STAIRS AND STONES OF JAPAN ARE TO THE CULTURE AND LIFESTYLES OF MY SECOND FAVORITE NATION. THE PHOTOGRAPHER---INDUSTAR--IS A MOST TALENTED PHOTOGRAPHER.