Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Night crossing - Seto Inland Sea

Not much to see in the dark but crossing the sea at night is a moving experience (no pun intended). The sound of the ship's engines combined with the sound of the water makes me realize how fragile life is.










6 comments:

Udon_lover said...

wow...you sound like a poet. :)
I like 1st picture best. Pictures of obento boxes are also interesting.

Tony Mariani said...

The bento boxes look too good to eat! Crossing the sea at night with Japanese families makes me appreciate how close they are.

Udon_lover said...

What banner says is : Welcome to Oita prefecture. best hotsprings in Japan means best in the world

I'm guessing that Oita has highest number of hotsprings.

Udon_lover said...

9th picture is dorayaki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorayaki

Tony Mariani said...

Thank you Udon Lover, your comments area always welcome!

Udon_lover said...

9th picture is Dorayaki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorayaki