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Location DB > Japan > Saitama Prefecture > Kamikanasaki Shouwa > G-Cans > Color > DSC04909.JPG

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My companions cycle off into the distance. What is that dripping noise I can hear...
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Posted by Emperor Wang 6/12/2005 12:46 AM | remove
  Fully and completely surreal.

1. Can you explain the 'arced-tile' construction? In North America, a plain rough concrete finish would have sufficed for such a structure.

2. What's that thing at middle left?
Posted by atomx 6/12/2005 2:58 PM | remove
  2For a tunnel of this size and recent build we would have done the same. The machine that bores through the ground ussually would have preformed slabs that would be setup at the back of the boring machine. Easier to finish it off then waiting for the concrete to dry.
Posted by atomx 6/12/2005 2:58 PM | remove
  sorry that 2 shouldn't be there.
Posted by IIVQ 7/1/2005 11:48 AM | remove
  The color difference is weird. Did you touch this one up or is your ccd picky about neon color ranges?
Posted by Kuroneko 7/1/2005 11:59 AM | remove
  No touch up. Just white balance set for incandscent. The previous photograph was natural light with a short shutter speed, this one is all flouro at about 1/30s.
Posted by I am the Bear 8/6/2006 7:30 AM | remove
  this is so. fucking. cool.
Posted by sean187 11/13/2007 4:33 PM | remove
  wow looks like out of somemovie

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