Shot at Shuri castle in Naha, Okinawa.
Many tourists came to this castle which was registered as a World Heritage Site. Yet no original architectures were remained here because they were destroyed by bombing during WWII. The architectures you could see now were rebuilt after the war. Nevertheless, the stone wall was original.
When I watched the stone-paved path along the stone wall, I found many tourists walking. It was a sunny day. So some of them were putting their umbrellas up. Seeing this tranquil scenery, I couldn't believe that this site was a warm corner.
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July 30, 2007
CANON EOS 1V