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Colored Leaves in Akigawa
Tama

Akigawa valley is one of the famous autumn sightseeing spots in tokyo.  In the middle of November, many kinds of trees changes its color from gree to yellow, orange and red.  It was very fine at that day, so we can enjoy a autmun holiday in this area.  You can see some people enjoy BBQ along the akigawa river.  HDR processing (details enhancement by Photomatics light) before stitching.

Copyright: Taro Tsubomura
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Taken: 10/11/2012
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