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.
|Aug 2005 AICHI STILL LIFE|
|POTTERY SLOPE TOKONAME|
August 30, 2005
October 26, 2020
CANON EOS 1V