Going through life with the lens cap off
Interesting "power fists". Were there any reactions to the fur on your face? Rather unusual in Japan.~~Silk
That's the way the photographer posed us. That's seemingly the way all Japanese photographers pose all such shots for posterity. It's a cultural thing.The beard is not a cultural thing. I could count on the fingers of both hands (and still have leftover digits) the number of bearded Japanese people I met during my three years there.Bearded foreigners were more common. But most were clean-shaven or had a mustache or fashionable goatee.My beard wasn't a sign of rebellion or anything remotely like that. It was a product of my belief that the curse of Adam bestowed upon man by God consists of two tortures: Shaving and laundry.
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