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I thought that it must reach if within walking distance to the coast line which is visible from the hill.
There is far other than there was in the place where it was duck under the highway that runs along the coastline.
Savage and had been taken to engrossed in the coastline, and scary when calmly think.
I went to shoot Mt Fuji and Enoshima at Inamura-cape.
I spent very nice time and very freezing weather....
no rules, no limitations, no boundaries it's like an art
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is a small island, about 4 km in circumference, at the mouth of the Katase River, which flows into Sagami Bay in Japan. Part of the city of Fujisawa, it is linked to the Katase section of the same city on the mainland by a 600 meter-long bridge. Adjacent to the closest beach to Tokyo and Yokohama, the island and the nearby coast are the hub of a popular resort area.
This is the Japanese coastal town of Kamakura on the shores of Sagami Bay.
Photo taken from the lookout at the Hase-Dera Temple.
Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan - May 7, 2014 - Sunset of Katase fishing harbor
Japan, Sunset, 2015, Color Image, Enoshima Island, Horizon Over Water, Human Interest, Infinity, Kanagawa Prefecture, Outdoors, Pacific Ocean, Photography, Sagami Bay, Square, Surreal
In the early morning or evening, the local stray cats come out... this guy was sitting on the concrete wall watching people go by. Someone had just given him some cat biscuits so he looked happy.
I'd almost finished shooting when he jumped off the wall, came straight up to me and sat down next to my leg - cute !!
Fuji and Fisherman at Sagami Bay, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan
Leave Enoshima Island by boat, wake behind. Taken on June 15, 2014.
Cloud - Sky,
Horizon Over Water,
Wake - Water,
Japanese Fishing Boats
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One day of the late autumn, the blessed afternoon sunlight shined on the shore.
It was a very clear day. People gazed the sun until it sank below the peninsula.
It was the purely accidental shot for me. I tried various compositions in breaking waves.
Suddenly a man appeared in my viewfinder. It was indeed the short moment.
I caught a glance at the reflection of him on the wetted rock. I pressed the shutter button.
The moment after he went away from there. And this impressive shot was remained.
I believe the impressive capture is given by accident.
After a cold rainstorm, it was almost dusk, and it appeared.
Officially, it's called "floating island phenomenon". Probably, because of the cold rain, the cooled air became dense. And it bent the optical path upward. At the time, the opposite shore, which can't be seen usually appeared as if it floats up.
Despite the natural phenomenon, the angler was absorbed in his game.