The Oi river changes its name to the Katsura river as it passes under the Togetsukyo bridge in Arashiyama, Kyoto.
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Interesting scene. I notice all the firewood there. I guess this place deals with boats and firewood.
9 Jan 2009 5:46am
@Laurie: That's right Laurie. Thanks!
I like those covered cruise boats. It looks a little cold to be cruising though. A really fine B&W image.
9 Jan 2009 5:54am
@Steve Rice: Yes, not the season... thanks Steve.
Very nice and original action shot. I really like the composition!
9 Jan 2009 7:10am
@standley: Cheers Richard!
very nice picture!
9 Jan 2009 9:11am
@Olivier Jules: Cheers Olivier!
9 Jan 2009 1:15pm
@Paula Camps: Thanks Paula!
very interesting image, lot's to look at. It looks more like a work camp there!
9 Jan 2009 1:36pm
@Cheryl: Ha ha! No, all quite relaxed there I think Cheryl...
So I'm not the only one splitting firewood today! :-)
9 Jan 2009 2:00pm
@Wolfgang - vu@granby: Oh you are Canadian aren't you...!
Yes..works quite well in monochrome. A modern fishing scene i suppose.
9 Jan 2009 8:49pm
@Chris Chisu: Thanks Chris!
Oi River Chainsaw Massacre?
9 Jan 2009 9:48pm
@Twelvebit: Let's hope not!
your choice of composition is perfect, the light on the boats answer to the light on the water, everything work well
9 Jan 2009 10:41pm
@kerfendal: Cheers kerfendal!
Very beautifull black and white.
I love the tones.
15 Jan 2009 12:18am
@Line: Thanks Line!
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