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PhotoHunt: Curvy


Lots of curves: a curvy path and the curves from the shrines…

Spring 2007 at Toji Shrine in Kyoto

Thank you for visiting and for sharing your photos! Have a nice weekend everyone!


[Especially to those who asked last Saturday]:
Same with almost all of the pictures in this blog and my header, this was taken using my cellphone: Sharp V604SH. It’s already been phased out late last year so I got this unit for only 1 yen upon subscribing from Softbank (formerly Vodafone). Now, they even have cellphones with 5-megapixel camera! But, I still love mine. :)

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  1. Yen

     /  5 October, 2007

    Beautiful! :) Been there a few years back:D

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  2. AlvinC

     /  5 October, 2007

    i have never been to Japan before… T^T
    1 yen for cellphones ? Whoa…

    http://alvin-chew.blogspot.com/2007/10/photo-hunter-curvy.html

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  3. This Girl Remembers

     /  5 October, 2007

    Nice photo of a very beautiful (and curvy) place – I was there in 1993, when I was 16. :)

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  4. farmingfriends

     /  5 October, 2007

    What a beautiful building the shrine is and the curves on the roof are lovely. sara from farmingfriends

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  5. Carver

     /  5 October, 2007

    That’s a beautiful shot and is full of lovely curves.

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  6. Rach

     /  5 October, 2007

    Cool curves and it looks like a great place to visit. Enjoy your weekend :-)

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  7. tegdirb92

     /  5 October, 2007

    beautiful!

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  8. KISSEDALOTATOADS

     /  5 October, 2007

    Your cell phone takes some amazing photos. Can’t ask for better than that. Have a good weekend.

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  9. pat

     /  5 October, 2007

    Love all of the curves!

    Happy Weekend.

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  10. Paulie

     /  5 October, 2007

    Great choices!

    Come and see mine.

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  11. SabineM

     /  5 October, 2007

    Your photos always make me long for my trip to Kyoto in December!
    I have ALWAYS wanted to see Japan, esp Kyoto!
    Good choice for the theme!

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  12. Liz

     /  5 October, 2007

    Loads of curves in that photo. The temple, the roofs, the edge of the path. Great.

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  13. Corey~living and loving

     /  5 October, 2007

    so curvy indeed. great choice.
    have a good weekend!

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  14. Incog & Nito

     /  5 October, 2007

    A beautiful photo – very curvy. Enjoy your weekend.

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  15. maiylah

     /  5 October, 2007

    what a lovely shot!
    great choice,
    happy weekend!

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  16. BlurMommy

     /  5 October, 2007

    Beautiful curvy photo! Happy weekend!

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  17. AniqueAnik

     /  5 October, 2007

    great curvy shots..nice take for this theme..
    got one site here also if you’ve got time..Jhoaniquing

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  18. Goofy Girl

     /  5 October, 2007

    Pretty scene there, fun visiting Japan in a photo!

    5mp phones? We don’t have anything cool like that in the us, or at least I don’t think we do :)

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  19. Melli

     /  5 October, 2007

    Neat curves! I’d love to visit there!

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  20. Heather

     /  5 October, 2007

    Beautiful!

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  21. Team Tabby

     /  5 October, 2007

    Your phone takes wonderful pictures!

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  22. Lynn

     /  5 October, 2007

    Japan is one of the countries I would love to visit. Your picture is so nice. It doesn’t look like it was from a phased out cell phone. The picture looks relaxing.

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  23. Heart of Rachel

     /  5 October, 2007

    Beautiful path especially with those lovely cherry blossoms up ahead.

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  24. etteY

     /  5 October, 2007

    wow ang ganda sa japan!! punta ako jan! pag nakaipon na ako LOL!

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  25. Katney

     /  5 October, 2007

    I still say you get amazing pictures with that cellphone!

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  26. WorksForMom

     /  5 October, 2007

    Wow, fantastic shots! What an awesome experience I bet!

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  27. Huey

     /  5 October, 2007

    Oh I love the path… it’s so beautifully and naturally curved!

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  28. eastcoastlife

     /  5 October, 2007

    I love to visit the shrines in Japan. So tranquil and beautiful. I can’t believe the pics are taken with your cellphone.

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  29. Brandy

     /  5 October, 2007

    Beautiful photo!

    Thanks for the comment you left on my blog!
    http://brandy26.lifewithchrist.org

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  30. PowersTwinB

     /  5 October, 2007

    Your cell phone does take very nice photos! I just have to join this century and get me one of those camera phones! Thanks for visiting my photo early

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  31. Queen of My Domain

     /  5 October, 2007

    Beautiful choice, it looks like a very peaceful place.

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  32. danielctw

     /  6 October, 2007

    I’ve always dreamt to go to Japan since my school days!
    Nice take!

    Weird Weird Denial

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  33. **"Liza"**

     /  6 October, 2007

    that is one beautiful place.great entry this week!

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  34. ipanema

     /  6 October, 2007

    that’s a great shot! lovely place!

    thanks for the visit.:)

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  35. Rolando

     /  6 October, 2007

    so clean and beautiful.

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  36. grace

     /  6 October, 2007

    I love Kyoto! and yes the garden path has many curves! Natsukashii!

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  37. yenjai.net

     /  6 October, 2007

    Cool scenery there

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  38. Chen

     /  6 October, 2007

    nice shot. I would love to visit Japan. One day… Some day.. but dunno when yet..

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  39. Dragonheart

     /  6 October, 2007

    Lovely photo. :) Curvy paths, curves on the shrines – great choice for the Hunt. :)

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  40. .:mar

     /  6 October, 2007

    Beautiful!
    Happy weekend :)

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  41. mousey

     /  6 October, 2007

    very beautiful scenery!

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  42. hana

     /  6 October, 2007

    great entry for today’s theme

    have a great weekend!

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  43. TopVeg

     /  6 October, 2007

    sharp & curvy photo!

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  44. Those beautiful curvy roofs! I’d love to see them in real life:)

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  45. Sue

     /  6 October, 2007

    Lovely photo choice for the theme … :)

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  46. gwapasila

     /  6 October, 2007

    thanks for the comment…u have a neat one here too.

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  47. Lauren@Baseballs&Bows

     /  6 October, 2007

    What a beautiful photo! Great choice for this week.

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  48. Shabem

     /  6 October, 2007

    Now it makes me want to visit Japan.
    Great shot!

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  49. Nita

     /  6 October, 2007

    Nice choice of photos! Mine is up as well. Have a great week!

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  50. genny

     /  6 October, 2007

    nice pics good job…

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  51. CRIZ LAI

     /  6 October, 2007

    Beautiful shot with the shrine at the background. Cool camera too. I don’t mind having that for 1 yen too… free to me maybe?? **hinting** LOL

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  52. Siani

     /  6 October, 2007

    Great pic for this week’s theme. Thanks for visiting my blog. BTW, my bay pics were taken in South Wales, in the UK – alas, we don’t have Australia’s lovely sunshine. Have a great weekend!

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  53. satkuru

     /  6 October, 2007

    i would love to go to japan one day. on a side note, i got my phone from japan and it’s a v800se. Sony Ericsson v800.

    i was eyeing on the sharp but it just wasn’t in my budget :P

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  54. MetaMommy

     /  7 October, 2007

    That’s lovely. I’ve always wanted to visit Kyoto :-D

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  55. everydayhealy

     /  7 October, 2007

    This is beautiful! thanks for sharing.oh…. When can I go to Japan? bleek!

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  56. changeiam

     /  8 October, 2007

    Lovely picture for the theme. The place looks absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for checking out my curvy as well :)

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  57. Hin Man

     /  9 October, 2007

    Thanks for visiting my photohunt on curvy. Apology on the late reply. I always want to visit Japan. I need to revisit your blog for the great information. Thanks again.

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