Roads of Japan

Japanese Roads

Japan, I would define as a microchip that has small space to do many things.

Enjoy the enlarged miniature showing their extra-ordinary capabilities, showcasing Roads of Japan in this session.

Note: I do not claim copyright of these images, as these have not been photographed by me. I received these in an email forward.

Japanese Roads

Japanese Roads

Japanese Roads

Japanese Roads

Japanese Roads

Japanese Roads

Japanese Roads

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

Roads of Japan

29 comments :

  1. Beautiful..
    Amazing ...
    Its a wonderful photo collage :-)

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  2. Amazing pictures. I feel like visiting Japan after seeing the spectacular infrastructure. I appreciate for sharing the lovely and marvellous photos.

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  3. Wonderful photos. Thank you so much for sharing this.

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  4. Amazing roadways. The pictures with colored lights are very impressive.

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  5. Really great photos, amazing infrastructure!

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  6. Preciosa serie. Detallista y colorista. Muy buen trabajo. Saludos.

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  7. Japan has a relatively orderly society for being so jampacked over there!

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  8. it's too many photos in too many themes. haha- i'm dizzy. I LOVE #1.

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  9. Olá Deeear Bhavesh,

    So beautiful sequence of pictures,as usual:-)


    Beijos

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  10. Beautiful without greenary?
    Is that good?

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  11. Beautiful... but I will have to say that Delhi wins on the count of its trees. :-)

    Nice collection of photos.

    PLEASE
    Vote for Delhi Photo Diary in the 15th category by clicking this
    Link

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  12. Hmm, I was wondering what must be the ratio of their population & roads????1:1 ;)
    I'm missing some natural beauty.

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  13. Geometry, technology, what a difference with the peacock you took in your previous post, but still amazing.

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  14. What amazing pictures these are - but, honestly, my favorite was the one of Fuji in the background. It impresses me more than all the man made achievements!

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  15. Nice and impressive pictures but which also manifest a human madness greedy for "very right away" and of " go very quickly ".

    Good day Bahvesh.

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  16. I'm so happy to see all your comments. I've noticed a thing here; most of you, just like me, like natural architecture more than man-made :)

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  17. I like the city with a zillion lights, the bridge at night, the water -view looking up from under the bridge and that bright red building reflected We at night too. Over all just the way the highways wrap around like a snake- fun post-

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  18. ohmigod, I'm dizzy now! LOL
    It's beautiful and huge!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Léia

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  19. I like the first image best because of the colors and motion. I think city structures are just as beautiful and special as those found in nature. They are all part of "what is" and therefore perfect.

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  20. OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!!!! These are absolutely incredible!!!!!!! I love cities, and these pictures just take my breath away Bhavesh! I am so glad you posted them. Amazing. I think I'm speechless....

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  21. Onestly... spechless!!! you are an amayzing photographer!

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  22. I'm absolutely stunned, Bhavesh! This is an incredible series of photographs. Did you take all of the pictures? I'm at a loss for superlatives to praise you!

    But I'm going to bookmark this page so I can come back and look at it again and again!

    Thank you very much for this wondrous post!

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  23. That first picture is amazing - I wonder who took it!

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  24. At first look, I thought that you were in Japan.

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  25. That first picture is sooooooo cool. Totally frame worthy!

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  26. Increibles fotografias, Aunque creo que me axifisiaría allí.
    Saludos

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  27. Perdón escribí mal: asfixiaría. Eso está mejor.

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