Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Wordless Wednesday..A Guest Post from Japan

Did I mention I accidentally erased all my photos from this year....and could not get back the last few months worth? 
So when a co-worker returned this week from his first trip abroad...TO JAPAN...I thought he might like to share!


Tokyo

Osaka Castle

Is that hot dog sushi? Can't quite read it...

Sogenchi Gardens, Kyoto

 


 

Excellent job...must be that camera I sold you.
Thanks for use of the pics Keith!




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30 comments:

  1. Love the castle photo. How did you erase all your photos???? Yikes! I would have been hysterical.

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  2. My son went to Japan when he was in high school and LOVED it there!

    I can't believe you erased your photos. I think you need to take the same trips all over again so you can recreate them.

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  3. OMG you LOST PICTURES? I would be totally ripping my hair out. Especially if my pictures looked like yours. Anyway, these are gorgeous. Never been to Japan, but I'd love to go. The closest thing I've come to is Japan at Epcot.

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    1. Yes, Japan at Epcot is as close as I have been...as to the photos, happily, many of my favorites have been posted here on WW.

      And hopefully I will be going back ti Italy...and Switzerland and Lichtenstein...in December.

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  4. Caite, sorry about your photos. Have you been backing them up on another device? The Japan photos are lovely! The heron shot is awesome! Thanks to you and your friend for sharing his trip.

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    1. yes, that is an excellent heron...and I fell a bit behind on my back ups...lol

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  5. I love these, I can't believe you lost all your photos how did you manage that

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  6. Nice selection and a Heron too! I am so paranoid about losing my photos that I back them up on two external drives. But lately I've been thinking that won't help if the house burns down. Yup, paranoid. Maybe a backup system in the cloud is the way to go. This does give you an excuse to travel again and replace them so I guess it's not all bad.

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    1. that cloud based backup idea is looking good!

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  7. Beautiful photos, but I am so sorry to hear yours were erased. :(

    my WW blog post for this week

    Happy WW and hope you can retrieve your photos some how.

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  8. This is a wonderful way to visit Japan! Great shots!

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  9. So sorry you lost your beautiful photos! I love the Japanese roof architecture, Thanks to your friend for sharing.

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  10. These photos are amazing! I'm sorry you erased yours. What a bummer!

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  11. Oh NO! When we travel we never delete the photos from the camera until there are two copies of them just in case. I would be gutted. So sorry to hear it. I love the Japan photos.

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  12. Great place, I wish I could go back.
    http://spudsdailyphoto.blogspot.co.uk/

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  13. Beautiful pictures Caite ! Love from India :-)

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  14. I hate when that happens. Nice shots here!

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  15. Wonderful photos, such rich history and diverse landscapes

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  16. Oh no! I'd be so upset to lose my photos. Love the guest photos. Wow!

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    1. he too may now be hooked by the PhotoBug!

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  17. So sorry to hear about the loss of your photos -- eek, awful. But very nice to "travel" to Japan today through Keith's pictures! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Wow, that crane is just beautiful! I'm sorry to hear about your pictures. Losing pictures is the worst!

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  19. Oh no, how horrible that you lost all those photos! Your friend's shots are an awesome substitute, though.

    ♥ aquariann
    Featured Photo: Fuchsia Flower

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  20. I would absolutely freak if I lost my pictures!!

    These photos are great, Japan is on my bucket list!

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  21. Beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing Keith. Sorry about your photos being erased.

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  22. These are great photos. I am sorry about the loss of your photos!

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  23. You seem to be handling the loss of your pictures very calmly! Very interesting pictures from Japan!

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