Clay Pipe Hill Filled With Bottles

Clay Pipe Hill in Tokoname
Shot in Tokoname, Aichi tetsuOzawa

The potteries in the slope looked like suckers of an octopus

The photo is of the Clay Pipe Hill in Tokoname. Both sides of the narrow slope were covered with Tokoname pottery. Tokoname was a very active pottery town since ancient times, so the slope was probably built like this.

Looking at the Tokoname clay pipes lined up in a row, they looked like suckers of an octopus. I was worried that I might be sucked up by them when I passed through. Of course I won't be sucked in.

But I'm a skeptic, I think. Maybe the reason I didn't get sucked in is simply because the octopus, disguised as Tokoname pottery, didn't like my appearance. Sometimes even ugly looks can be useful.

JP

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PHOTO DATA

No

161

Shooting Date

Aug 2005

Posted On

August 30, 2005

Place

Tokoname, Aichi

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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