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Illuminations of "Aoba Symbol Road" Shizuoka-City 2013 (5)
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Illuminations of "Aoba Symbol Road" Shizuoka-City 2014 (2)
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Illuminations of "Aoba Symbol Road" Shizuoka-City
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One scene of "DAIDOGEI World Cup in Shizuoka 2014" (Street performance Festival),November 2, 2014 - 1
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TUK-TUK ( Auto rickshaw )
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Colored leaves of the park - Spot Sale Fair of creators
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Street performance (Shizuoka City)
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Marche in the town, Event of "SHIZUOKA CANNES WEEK 2014" (3)
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The photo exhibition that was carried out at a street corner,about an atom bomb dropped by Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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Marche in the town, Event of "SHIZUOKA CANNES WEEK 2014" (2)
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"The Path to Peace" Ⅰ
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"The sculpture" which gets wet with rain. One scene of "DAIDOGEI World Cup in Shizuoka 2014" (Street performance Festival) 
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Kani Doraku crab restaurant
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The Licinian Baths (hall). Dougga, Tunisia.
MoUzEs- Maciej J. Lorek
Grodno castle, view from tower
Pablo Castillo - 360Ecuador
Puerto Guayaquil, Andipuerto
Andy Bryant
Pas De La Cle
Thang Bui
Ba Be National Park
Peter Holland
Wells Next The Sea On The Beach
Peter Holland
Letheringsett Watermill
Arno Dietz
Meilerhütte
Unkle Kennykoala
Namadgi NP - Orroral Homestead (Front)
Giovanni Saini
Brivio (LC) Tramonto sull'Adda
Richard Chesher
Bird Fish Feeding Frenzy New Caledonia
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静岡鉄道 国道一号線との合流地点眺望
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Tanabata festival (Festival of the Weaver ) of the Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City 2014-Ⅱ
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The Palace Float,Hamamatu Festival(2014) 2
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La Porte de l'enfer (The Gates of Hell) François-Auguste-René Rodin, Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art Rodin Wing
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False bindweed, Miho Coast (Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City)
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Kamo iris garden in Kakegawa City Ⅰ
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Yellow leaf of "Ogusi-Jinjy (Ogusi shrine)"  (Shizuoka-City Shizuoka-Prefecture)
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Five Fifures of The Burghers of Calais (François-Auguste-René Rodin)
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Yui Fishing port Shizuoka-City
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Ōdatara-Fudōson 1 (Suruga Ward, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture)
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Kiunkaku  Tamahime-room  (Atami-shi)
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"Kasui Yuri no Sono ( Kasui Lily Garden )" in Fukuroi City  Ⅳ
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