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Photos from northern Japan

Discussion in 'Mini Lounge' started by Yamagata ken, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. Yamagata ken

    Yamagata ken Guest

    Thanks again.

    JA (I suspect) was created by the US occupying forces to buy all agricultural produce (intervention buying) and advance credit against future harvest. I'll check with the memsahib. The US Military did a great job post-war.

    The sprinklers spray groundwater. That system is being replaced by closed loop heating. The sprinklers dump water in the drains, and the aquifers draw down. With the closed loop system, the groundwater is re-injected. Most conveniently, the re-injection well is less than 100m from our bore :)

    I have lots more stuff: snow clearing, construction in earthquake areas etc. Plus some seasonal landscapes. I'm happy to keep posting if you're happy to keep reading.
  2. tmikewww

    tmikewww Member

  3. wainair

    wainair Member

    Yes, I love checking out these posts! Thanks!
  4. PDQ VW

    PDQ VW New Member

    Yes please!!!
    Japan has always been a fascination to me. The north is just beautiful!
    Your pics are like seeing stills from a Hayao Miyazaki film. :cool:
  5. ukmicro

    ukmicro Member

    Cheers Mat, Some great shots there,much appreciated.
    You have got us all hooked waiting for your next instalment:D
    Last edited: Jun 9, 2009
  6. Half Life

    Half Life Member


    Please continue posting your wonderful pictures!

    Last edited: Jan 22, 2011
  7. Yamagata ken

    Yamagata ken Guest

    Thanks team :thumbsup:

    If you like skiing grass, rocks and ice, don't come here ;)


    Average 10-20cm fresh snow per day (night)


    It took me three seasons to get No2 son going. That was a lot of patience.

  8. greg0187

    greg0187 Moderator Staff Member

    All the photos are gone :(
  9. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

    Yes I noticed they are gone as well??? If you want to see some beautiful ground level shots in Japan you can use google earth as well..Japan has a ton of areas that have been fully street level photographed..neat to see all the vehicles we don't get going about the daily grind
  10. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Moderator Staff Member

    aww that sucks!!

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