The Great Bell at Kamakura

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TKinVA Senior Member • Posts: 2,511
The Great Bell at Kamakura
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The Great Bell at Kamakura - by Tony Karp

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Georgia to Japan
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Very nice. That’s about 8 miles from my house. Kamakura is wonderful.

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Georgia to Japan wrote:

Very nice. That’s about 8 miles from my house. Kamakura is wonderful.

Thanks.

I shot this in 1965, with my brand new 19mm lens I bought at the Canon factory.

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MrSee
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I like the light on the steps.

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