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HARUNIRE of winter
Hokkaido

Was taken to the time zone of the sunrise.

I wanted to try to take panoramic photos of one day from here in the winter midwinter (* ^ - ^ *)

I think whether it was to copy out a sense of cold air!

It is impossible because it comes so far to walk ... but somehow I wanted to erase the footprints.

Snowshoe or cross-country is required ... so be sure not walk about in boots and snow filled incoming.

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Uploaded: 06/02/2012
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