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Vol 3 - 017 - 139 Pillars support Kiyomizu Temple (28mm)

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Vol 3 - 018 - View from Kiyomizu Temple (200mm)

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Vol 3 - 019 - View from Kiyomizu Temple (200mm)

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Vol 3 - 020 - Sanju Sangen-Do Temple circa 1254 (28mm)

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Vol 3 - 021 - Sanju Sangen-do Temple (28mm)

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Vol 3 - 022 - 1001 Images of Sen-ju Kannon (35mm)

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Vol 3 - 023 - Sen-ju Kannon (35mm)

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Vol 3 - 024 - Main Shrine of Sanju Sangen-do Temple (50mm)

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Vol 3 - 025 - "Hu-jin" (50mm)

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Vol 3 - 026 - "Rai-jin" (50mm)

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Vol 3 - 027 - "Karura-wo" (50mm)

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Vol 3 - 028 - "Baso-sennin" (50mm)

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...and not 1x warm smile amongst them >_<

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Vol 3 - 033 - Shinto Arch (200mm) Can you tell what cars these are?

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Vol 3 - 034 - Heian Shrine; Fortune Tree (28mm)

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Vol 3 - 035 - Heian Shrine (200mm)

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Vol 3 - 036 - Shooter taking Pics of students (28mm) They wouldn't move for me - jk

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Vol 3 - 045 - Heian Shrine; Garden (28mm)

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Vol 3 - 046 - Garden from the Bridge (28mm)

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Vol 3 - 047 - Shrine with Prayer Messages intended to ward off bad spirits

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Vol 3 - 048 - Shinto Priest

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Vol 3 - 049 - Kyoto Concert Hall (28mm)

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Vol 3 - 050 - Kyoto Tower at night (400mm)

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Vol 3 - 051 - Tatsumura Silk; the process (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 052 - Tatsumura Silk (58mm)

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Vol 3 - 061 - Garden at Tatsumura (58mm)

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Vol 3 - 062 - Koi Carp (58mm)

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Vol 3 - 063 - Koi Carp (58mm) Japanese make a big thing out of rare markings > megabucks. I'd rather a GT-R.

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Vol 3 - 064 - Inaba Cloisonne (16mm)

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so glad to see these up and running again! sorry I couldn't complete the task at hand myself... things get away with new job, and having two little ones myself now!

Anyway I'm glad it has given Tez the enthusiasm to get things going himself now!

Look forward to more pics!

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so glad to see these up and running again! sorry I couldn't complete the task at hand myself... things get away with new job, and having two little ones myself now!

Anyway I'm glad it has given Tez the enthusiasm to get things going himself now!

Look forward to more pics!

Working in tandem on this 1975-76 photo-diary with you Beau has been a pleasure! :thumbsup:

You encouraged me to get these pics up from the very beginning.

I hope you're not up to your neck in water?

May your family remain well throughout 2011 Beau!

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Vol 3 - 077 - Kyoto National Museum (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 078 - Clay Relics (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 079 - Roof Tile Facias; Circa 7th Century (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 080 - Bronze artefacts (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 081 - Images of Ansho-ji Temple; Circa 9th century (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 082 - Amitabha Shrine 5m tall; Circa 12th century (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 083 - Kyoto Nat. Museum Fountain (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 084 - Daitokuji Temple (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 085 - Daitokuji Temple; Rinzai sect of Buddhism (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 086 - Daitokuji Temple (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 087 - Ceiling of Daitokuji T. (16mm)

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Vol 3 - 088 - Daisen-in Temple; Raked Garden (16mm)

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