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900 yen for quick trip around the wheel. I really remember all of the tiles in the floor to help blind people navigate. Why would blind people want to go on a ferris wheel to see the city?



Camera: Nikon Pronea 6i
Date: Thursday, April 13th, 2000
Film: Fuji Nexia APS 100 (print)
Lens: 28-70mm f/2.8 ED-IF AF-S Zoom-Nikkor
Location:
Entrance To Fish Market Wheel Closeup Entrance To Fish Market Blue Lips On Claira Four Story Restaurant In Shibuya Invader Tiles In Shibuya Wheel Closeup Entrance To Fish Market Claira On Gondola Ride Claira Riding Magic Carpet Blue Lips On Claira Four Story Restaurant In Shibuya Wheel Closeup Entrance To Fish Market Claira On Gondola Ride Blue Lips On Claira Four Story Restaurant In Shibuya Wheel Closeup Entrance To Fish Market Hozo Mon Claira Looking At ABlack Egg Nissan Serena At The Side Of The Road Hot Spring Bath In The Morning View From Marks Deck Claira On Gondola Ride Four Story Restaurant In Shibuya Penguins Walking By Wheel Closeup Entrance To Fish Market Bell Tower Kegon Falls Hozo Mon Rotemburo On Our Deck Takaragawa Onsen Claira Looking At ABlack Egg Nissan Serena At The Side Of The Road View Of The Lake And Mount Fuji View From Marks Deck Claira On Gondola Ride Entrance To Fish Market Bell Tower Kegon Falls Climbing Toward Castle Rotemburo On Our Deck Takaragawa Onsen Claira Looking At ABlack Egg Claira On Gondola Ride Penguins Walking By Entrance To Fish Market Bell Tower Kegon Falls Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Rotemburo On Our Deck Takaragawa Onsen Frost Covered Trees Mouth In Water Helen And I In The Bath Barn Out In Fields Entrance To Fish Market Bell Tower Kegon Falls Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Golden Statue View Over Kyoto Rotemburo On Our Deck Takaragawa Onsen Frost Covered Trees Mouth In Water Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Glowing Waterfall Us At Volcano View From In Pool Castle Over City Market With Palm Trees Bell Tower Amano Spit Castle With Swans Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Glowing Waterfall Us At Volcano Bell Tower Amano Spit Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Golden Statue Trees In Fog Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Us At Volcano Amano Spit Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Beach At Shek O Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying Entrance To Fish Market Hozo Mon Statue In Ameya Yokocho View From Marks Deck Claira On Gondola Ride Blue Lips On Claira Penguins Walking By Nijubashi Bridge at the Imperial Palace Wheel Closeup Entrance To Fish Market Bell Tower Kegon Falls Castle With Swans Hozo Mon Rotemburo On Our Deck Takaragawa Onsen Frost Covered Trees Mouth In Water Helen And I In The Bath Onsen Eggs For Sale Entrance To Fish Market Bell Tower Kegon Falls Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Rotemburo On Our Deck Takaragawa Onsen Frost Covered Trees Mouth In Water Helen And I In The Bath Barn Out In Fields Entrance To Fish Market Bell Tower Kegon Falls Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Golden Statue View Over Kyoto Rotemburo On Our Deck Takaragawa Onsen Frost Covered Trees Mouth In Water Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Glowing Waterfall Us At Volcano View From In Pool Castle Over City Market With Palm Trees Bell Tower Amano Spit Castle With Swans Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Glowing Waterfall Us At Volcano Bell Tower Amano Spit Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Golden Statue Trees In Fog Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Us At Volcano Amano Spit Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Beach At Shek O Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying
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Photographer: John Harvey
Tag: Japan
Larger image: 853 x 1500

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