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Kintai Bridge, Japan ( Three of a Kind)

The bridge, which has three arch central spans, is ranked as the third most beautiful bridge in Japan.

Incidentally, I have several pictures here some how associate the bridge with Three. 64 more words


Cafes in Japan

We were loitering on the bank of the waterway in Okayama. Japan.
This café looked particularly attractive, with its walls cladded in green leaves.
This instantly reminded me of another café I have come across in Hokkaido. 26 more words


The Rain that Shattered the Lotus in Ritsurin Garden, Japan

This post contains 11 photos of beautiful lotus flowers.

We were travelling with the wind.

At the start of our trip, the hurricane Neoguri was ahead of us. 340 more words


Kintai Bridge, Japan (Details)

( There are 5 photos in this post)

In my previous post, I have shown an overview of the footbridge which is ranked the third most beautiful bridge in Japan. 208 more words


Golden Gate and its Sister Seto Ohashi Bridge in Japan

The Frommers travel guide considers the Golden Gate Bridge “possibly the most beautiful, certainly the most photographed, bridge in the world”. It opened in 1937 and had, until 1964, the longest suspension bridge main span in the world, at 4,200 feet (1,300 m). 93 more words


Monet's Japanese Footbridge?

I can tell you that this is not Monet’s Japanese footbridge , maybe not one that inspired Monet.

However, this was the first thing came to mind, when I saw this footbridge in the Ritsurin Gardens in ShikokThis footbridge, although offers a curve profile like the one in Monet’s painting, has quite a few intermittent column supports, whereas the Monet’s footbridge has a column free arch superstructure. 110 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Containers

This posts contains 3 photos

The challenger’s theme for this week is “Containers“.

On my recent trip to Japan, one of the destinations was to visit the Okayama Waterway. 129 more words