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Subject: [Leica] [IMG] Nice day around Kagamizu
From: richard at (Richard Man)
Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2010 18:48:20 -0700
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*facepalm* ha ha, of course those are the many armed Bodhisattva etc. I was
influenced by your shrimp and that I have been painting crabs that I thought
those are crab arms. Ooops.

The 15th picture is the one I meant. In the context of your series, it's not
as strong as the 18th one, for example, but again, IMHO.

We have only been to various parts of Honsho, must make it to Kyushuu and
Hokkaido at some points. I take it you live there? Your daughter is
gorgeous, I am biased toward Happa kids :-)

On Sun, Jul 18, 2010 at 6:32 PM, Peter Cheyne <geordiepete211 at>wrote:

> Hi Richard,
> thanks for your comments.  Kagamizu is in Miyazaki, South Kyushu, which is
> the southernmost main island.
> I'm not sure which one you meant with the magenta cloud behind the house.
>  If you have a minute, could you tell me its title (
> As for the buddhist statues, I think the many-armed figures represent
> buddhist deities and the arms symbolize their special powers.
> Cheers,
> Peter Cheyne
> P.S. Thanks for comments from Nathan, Jim, & Lluis too.  Today is a
> national holiday, Marine Day, so we are off to The Devil's Washboard (a
> geological formation somewhat similar to the Devil's Causeway in Ireland) 
> in
> Aoshima.
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