Boso Peninsula, japan

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Boso Peninsula, japan

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Images from my visit to the Boso Peninsula a couple weekends ago:
Chiba Prefecture, Japan

The mighty Pacific ocean
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No shortage of Torii gates in Japan
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Lets go fishing!
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Love on the rocks
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Sundried fish
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You see fish, I see beer snacks
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A hotel room with a view
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The hotel – clean and comfortable
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Upper deck of the car ferry on our return home
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The car ferry beer bar
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The view of Tokyo bay
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Mt. Fuji in the distance
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All the best,
Mike
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Great pics......looks cold, but a place for summer holidays???

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Thank you, Clive.

I for got to add: The Boso pictures were shot with a Sigma SD1 Merrill camera in raw format and converted to jpeg with the Sigma photo pro 6 software. The software was set to automatic, I didn't manipulate anything. The reason I like to use a Sigma SD1 Merrill is because it's a digital camera that (for me) acts like a film camera.

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Mike
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Very nice pictures, Mike! Is it just me or do you like traveling inside Japan? I certainly do... there's tons to see! ;)
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Beautiful shots !...Compared to the San Francisco ferries,that haven't carried cars in decades,these Japanese ferries look like the Waldorf..
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