Saturday, May 24, 2008

Shodoshima Pictures...

Shodoshima, in only two colors

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They have mirrors for all of the corners on the road, oh my god!

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Jiro planting rice!

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Now I'm planting rice!

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It's the tallest Boddisatva in the world.

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This guy kicked butt.

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This is a temple.

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Japanese people doing some rice planting.

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Japanese baby with rice mud. Darling.

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This is when I was stirring a pot.

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Bonzai tree. At a temple. Sand raked.

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An endemic Aracima.

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Trees being pretty.

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Island being pretty.

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Food being delicious.

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I played a song for a kindergarden class! Dang, cute.

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Jiro and the corner of his wife, Sanae's head.

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3 comments:

Rebecca Stumpf said...

Dude, I would have given anything to see those little Japanese kindergartners laughing at you!

Camille said...

elor! incredible photos - i would love to learn how to plant and work with rice! good to hear you're having an awesome time. i recorded a field notes without your excellent editorial help - the quality of it was just a fraction of what it could have been. but that's ok, you're entertaining little japanese kids, which is worth more than a field notes. :)

Geoff said...

have you gotten smaller? or have the japanese grown? you seem the size of the small children