Japanese Photographer Tantan Turns A Rainy Night In NYC Into A Dreamy Wonderland

Tantan, a young Japanese creator who counts photography among a list of talents which also include videography, musical creation, music festival management, marketing and modeling, happened to be visiting New York City on a rainy night when he felt compelled to take out his camera.

Thanks to the neon lights and the raindrops on the camera lens, he ended up with three amazing photos which make the Big Apple look like a dreamy wonderland. He must have be so taken by the scene in front of him that he didn’t take time to consider the damage the rain was doing to his equipment.

“I broke my lens shooting these in the rain in NYC, so I’d like as many people as possible to see them ;(” — he said.

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