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Location DB > Japan > Nagasaki Prefecture > Hashima > Gunkanjima > Occupied prior to 1974 > 01-neko1.jpg

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Posted by The Hitman's Daughter 5/24/2004 2:47 AM | remove
  !!!!!!!!!!!!! i love it.
Posted by MrSTIX 5/24/2004 11:11 PM | remove
  Who took the photos?
Posted by ex-goose-villager 5/25/2004 12:24 AM | remove
  I believe the photographer's name is Saiga Yugi. He wrote a book on the island.

Posted by Chronic 5/27/2004 12:44 AM | remove
  Absolutely stunning work! Both the pre 1974 exodus and abandoned aftermath series of photos are beautiful!!!
Posted by rainman8889 5/27/2004 4:53 AM | remove
  Great Gallery! This photo is great with the black cat peeking around the corner.
Well done. I enjoyed this!
Posted by skytza 7/8/2004 3:51 AM | remove
  Beautiful Picture!!
Posted by redangelkitti 7/11/2004 5:13 PM | remove
  kitti! *grabs*
Posted by shelise 7/14/2004 1:41 PM | remove
  the whole work you've done is so beautiful! it has been so great to see the condition of the place today... and afterwards to see what it was like when life was there... thrilling!
Posted by underdark 7/15/2004 6:59 PM | remove
  There is one thing that bothers me a bit. Where was the coal?The blurb say the site is built on a coral atoll, so I assume it's underwater, but extracting coal from the ocean floor would be kinda expensive. Somebody help me out here...
Posted by lonewooolf 7/16/2004 8:29 AM | remove
  ???
Posted by Chronic 7/18/2004 7:05 PM | remove
  Hello Kitty!
Posted by greywolf45 7/19/2004 7:46 AM | remove
  Peek-a-boo, i see you.
Posted by ex-goose-villager 7/20/2004 4:53 AM | remove
  > There is one thing that bothers me a bit. Where was >the coal?The blurb say the site is built on a coral atoll, >so I assume it's underwater, but extracting coal from >the ocean floor would be kinda expensive. Somebody >help me out here...

My understanding is that the coal was mined from shafts drilled down under the island, perhaps even under the ocean floor. As to expense, Japan has never been a particularly resource-rich region, so any domestic supply, i.e. not subject to foreign control, would be fully utilized.

Posted by ex-goose-villager 7/20/2004 4:55 AM | remove
  >Posted by shelise 2004-07-14 8:41 | remove
>the whole work you've done is so beautiful! it has >been so great to see the condition of the place >today... and afterwards to see what it was like when >life was there... thrilling!

This is not my work--I wish it was--but this came from a site I found referenced on someone's blog. It was just too good not to re-post here.


Posted by Jennibel 8/5/2004 12:49 AM | remove
  here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty...
Posted by abandonedmuse69 9/18/2004 11:56 PM | remove
  amazing that you were able to capture the same feeling and testure in your photos as in these...it was like the same person had taken them so it makes it more beautiful to view. great work!
Posted by rainman8889 11/18/2004 1:11 AM | remove
  I had a black cat like that years ago except it had a small tuft of white fur on its chest. Slept with our dog and looked really funny with whitish brown hair all over it.
Posted by Sixmoons 1/14/2005 2:10 PM | remove
  Crazy place on Earth. I'm freaking out !
Posted by nel58 1/27/2006 4:45 AM | remove
  I die for black cats ! Love them !
Posted by Alestrial 3/10/2006 2:57 PM | remove
  beautiful. reminds me of my old willy
Posted by Tupsumato 4/21/2006 9:26 PM | remove
  Mining below the ocean floor is not rare. There's been several such iron mines in the Finnish Archipelago, too. They all are abandoned now, though.
Posted by JustinG 12/28/2006 11:06 PM | remove
  These photographs are incredible!
Posted by Flancdoll 1/20/2009 7:20 PM | remove
  he is watching you masturbate..
..
jokes aside
These photografys are simply amazing!
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