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(June 16–21, 2005)

Erik Goetze

Pulgas Water Temple

Christopher Glick

Tokushima City's Delta

Tokushima, Japan

Sunday, June 19, 0430 UTC (1330 JST)

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© 2005 Christopher Glick, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

Tokushima City is built on a delta, its islets woven together by bridges and waterways. Its citizens can and do fish almost anywhere, often very close to home. Others stroll the increasing riverside walkway footage; some opt to take free NPO-run cruises around the main islet, Hyoutanjima. Waterfowl of all types can be seen throughout the city, and those who peer into the rivers can see , depending on the season, various aquatic life, including jellyfish.

Asia / Japan

Lat: 34° 4' 35" N
Long: 134° 33' 24" E

Elevation: 1m (but all inexact)

→ maps.google.com [EXT]

Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Canon EOS Rebel XT with bundled 18-55 lens
Lightweight Velbon tripod & discontinued Kiwi-L panohead
The VR Worx 2.5.3

Hopefully I'll have learned to use my Peleng fisheye to make spherical panoramas by the next WWP event.

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