Friday, April 24, 2015

Foreign Friday

Steam from hot spring and torii gate
Southern Japan
April 1980
Japan has a lot of hot springs, so steam is as common as Torii gates on temple grounds.

11 comments:

  1. It's all those Pacific rim volcanoes percolating underground. ;-) Beautiful picture. The red just gives you a HINT of the gate beyond.

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  2. I didn't realize that Japan had a lot of hot springs, but it does make sense after thinking about it. Such an interesting photo. I was thinking fog until I read your caption.

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  3. I did not know either that hot springs were to be found in Japan. The steam makes the photos look so dreamy.

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  4. Great photo! The steam makes it look surreal.

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  5. Pretty picture.... that steam looks great...we are getting snow...3 inches last night and it's still falling....

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  6. What an interesting and colorful photo, Nancy. I'll bet it was even prettier in person!

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  7. Oh that's beautiful! No steam here... except from UVA's steam tunnels, in the winter.

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