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World's Longest Suspension Bridge Opens in Japan

by James D. Cooper

On April 5, 1998, 10 years after construction began, the ribbon was cut to open the world's longest suspension bridge, the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge in Japan. Following a p...

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Unprocessed, not cropped. This was taken in Rikugi-en, a magnificent garden of the Edo period, built by Yoshiyasu Yanagisawa, a favorite of the Shogun Tunayoshi Tokugawa, as his villa in 1702. The name, Rikugi-en, came from "six elements ...

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Chinese people. Chinese way of life.

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My first photo reaching (months ago) 1000 views, and still the most popular: a daily scene and a lovely image, not only because of the cute ladies, but mainly for the many beautiful things it says about Japan and Japanese people.

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Taken during a meeting in Nanjo offices in Daikanyama.

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The same umbrella that has attracted so many of you flickrities, but days before and at night. Again: not processed, not cropped. This one is dedicated to Myriam Lacoste (http://www.flickr.com/photos/alcaline/), who blogged the other one.

Only a ...

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Juan Carlos Polanco

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These are not flowers but momiji leaves (ç´â?¦Ã¨â??â?°), fallen over a pine tree.

Konpukuji (Temple of Golden Bliss) stands in the north-eastern part of Kyoto, not far from Shisendo, in a quiet area which until not too long ago was c...

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I uploaded this one three days ago and am overwhelmed for so many comments and faves as it has received. Thanks to each and everyone. Now let me say that this ...

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This was seen at the Taizo-in, but everywhere in Kyoto was the same.
<a href="http://bighugelabs.com/flickr/onblack.php?id=322500415&amp;size=Large">'Passionate tree on a cloudy day' On Black</a>

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Minamoto no Sanetomo (1192-1291), third and last Shogun of Kamakura, was killed by his cousin in front of the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine the day of New Year. He disliked power and politics, loved poetry and left one of the most distinctive and p...

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Basho's Hermitage and Camellia Hill on the Kanda Aqueduct at Sekiguchi: Sekiguchi josui-bata Bashoan Tsubakiyama (4/1857).
&quot;The view here looks west along the Kanda Aqueduct, the oldest of Edo's water-supply canals, constructed ...

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Reflecting window, Namboku line, Saturday morning. It was only after downloading the photo that I discovered that the most attractive point is just in the middle of the image. A misterious lady on a train bound to the fascinating <a href="...

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Advance reservations are necessary to enter the Otani Art Museum Foundation, but one can enjoy a cup of tea in the first floor and visit the beautiful Kyu Furukawa Gardens. Meiji Period architect Josiah Conder designed the western-style house, whi...

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