November 1, 7,603,200 seconds! (and counting...)
Rather than inundate everyone once again with one of my lengthy essay style updates, I've opted instead to go a more "eye-friendly" route. (After all, a picture is worth a thousand words, right?) Feast your eyes, boys and girls, young and old, one and all, on my images of Oirase-cho, Aomori-ken, Nihon!
(For those of you wondering about the subject title, that's my running clock on time spent in Japan; which is also 2,112 hours, or 88 days [palindromes galore!])
|The brief road to work each morning. If you walk far enough down the way, you begin to hear 1930s parlor music coming from a few of the storefronts (no joke!)|
|A typical agricultural sight in Honshu north country.|
|"Goddess Enthroned"—my name for the float I was honored to help pull through Oirase Town in October.|