If you shorten the exposure time in front of a normal object in the daytime, the image might change tremendously from what your eyes see. I happened to pay attention to light bulbs on the ceiling which I always see in a hotel lobby of Shinjuku without noticing. This was a great coincidence. I thought that if it were darker, the bulbs would be more attractive in the air. I shorten the exposure time and got this image. This experience, again, told me how important it is to select exposure time intentionally.