A small farm on an island near Ushimado. Notice the shed near the waterline!
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That farm is so tidy. The shed looks as though it almost got washed away.
17 Oct 2009 4:57pm
@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve. I wondered why they even bothered keeping the shed there...
May be the shed had moved during a typhoon?
17 Oct 2009 11:53pm
@akarui: Possible, Olivier!
A reminder of a typhoon, maybe...or a landslide......This is quite a familiar type of view in Japan and whenever I see one such image I wonder for the thousandth time WHY do they build so close to the shore? In a country where people live with earthquakes and tsunami and typhoons and landslides this attitude appears to me as suicide! Or...a kind of fatalism that I cannot comprehend!
18 Oct 2009 2:22am
@Japanalia: Ah but the Inland Sea is quite well protected isn't it?
Yikes, that shed seems to be not in very good shape at all.
18 Oct 2009 3:34am
@bluechameleon: It's seen better days for sure!
Looks a little like a model.
18 Oct 2009 6:10pm
@Twelvebit: It does!
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