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Bridge Over Bay Red Lit House Ice Falls In Shadow Castle With Swans Home Reflected In Cut Rice Field Frost Covered Trees Hot Spring Source In Kusatsu Mouth In Water Takaragawa Onsen Steam From Nozawa Onsen View Of The Lake And Mount Fuji Claira On Gondola Ride Claira Climbing Wall Japanese Tourist Trap Bell Tower Kegon Falls Takaragawa Onsen Climbing Toward Castle Few Stone Lanterns Trees In Fog Oguni Village North Us At Volcano End Of Gorge Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku Kintai-kyo Bridge Prayer Wheels Going Down A Bomb Memorial Castle Over City Market With Palm Trees Market With Palm Trees Glowing Waterfall Castle With Interior Moat Giant Crab Cable Car Waiting Rock Garden Golden Statue Joren Waterfall Claira Has Small Boat Rocky Coastline Two Story Slide View Of The Lake And Mount Fuji Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Zero In Front Of Museum View From In Pool Broad Temple Shot
End Of Gorge You can see the volcanic columns that created this place. I love how sculpted the walls are.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Kurokawa Hot Spring and Takachiho Gorge > End Of Gorge

Us At Volcano Us At Volcano
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Aso Volcano to Oguni Village > Us At Volcano

Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku Umi Jigoku is known for it's sea-blue pool, but I found the more natural (and less steamy) rust coloured pool more attractive.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Beppu > Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku

Kintai-kyo Bridge The bridge is located in Iwakuni, further down the coast from Miyajima. The bridge was originaly built in 1673, but was destroyed in 1950 and rebuilt in 1953.
Tags: bridge
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Miyajima > Kintai-kyo Bridge

Eggs Cooking Many of the hot springs were selling hard boiled eggs cooked in the spring water. These eggs were 50 yen each (70 cents Canadian) and included a little packet of salt. There was no sulfur taste.
John Harvey Photo > Eggs Cooking
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Kurokawa Hot Spring and Takachiho Gorge > Eggs Cooking

Castle Over City Castle Over City
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Matsuyama > Castle Over City

Bridges And Egret Bridges And Egret
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Third Trip to Japan > Kumamoto > Bridges And Egret

Garden And Pond This is the view as you walk into the park. With the haziness, I wasn't happy with the photo, but I'm sure you could do a lot with a long lens.
Tags: garden, Japan, pond
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Welcome To Kumamoto > Garden And Pond

Kumamoto Castle This is the turret section of the castle - the only part of the castle that wasn't burned down durring the rebellion.
Tags: castle, Japan
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Welcome To Kumamoto > Kumamoto Castle

Prayer Wheels Going Down The Daisho-in temple complex sprawls down the hill. Various walks have prayer wheels you can spin while you walk by.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Miyajima > Prayer Wheels Going Down