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Nagusa Waterfall
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兵庫県神崎郡福崎町にある七種(なぐさ)の滝の滝壺前で撮影したパノラマです。

七種の滝は高さが72m、幅が3mありますが、普段はパノラマの通り水量が少なく、岩肌が濡れている程度です。

雨の後などタイミングを見計らって行けば、観音様の立ち姿を描くように水が流れ落ちる、七種の滝本来の姿を見ることが出来ます。

Copyright: Kengo Shimizu
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送信日: 12/02/2012
更新日: 25/04/2014
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