Wednesday, January 14, 2015

NEW YEAR'S FIRE REVIEW BY YOKOHAMA FIRE STATION.

                            New year's fire review was hold at Yokohama a few days ago.


Yokohama harbor area.


Ferris Wheel.


We looked the review from this building.


By Yokohama fire station's boat.


By Japan Coast Guard's boat.


From the quay too.


Yokohama harbor area.


Bay bridge.


We looked the review from a boat too.


We got on this boat.


The spraying of water.




We could see the review very near from the boat.


Haiku


Perfection, Nowhere.

Happiness, Somewhere.

Solitude, Everywhere.


Thanks for visiting this post.

















58 comments:

  1. The water fountains are so interesting and beautiful. The city view is so neat and I hope to visit this city someday.

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  2. こんにちは。すごい青空ですね。消防訓練豪快で爽快です。久しぶりに横浜に行きたくなりました。

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      こんばんは。はい、豪快でした。青空は素敵でした。

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  3. The spraying water from the boats is a glorious sight. Spectacular views of Yokohama Harbour area.

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  4. Wonderful series of images. I love the shots of the fireboats and the great views of the water spray..It is a beautiful city, great post.. Have a happy day!

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  5. Love all the water sprays! And what a view of the harbor from the top of that building! Great way to bring in the new year.

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  6. Lindas fotos numa sequência espetacular. É agradabilíssimo ver um post bonito assim.Parabéns
    Um beijo no coração

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  7. Muito bom o seu blog, estive a percorre-lo li alguma coisa, porque espero voltar mais algumas vezes,deu para perceber a sua dedicação em partilhar o seu saber.
    Se me der a honra de visitar e ler algumas coisas no Peregrino e servo ficarei radiante.
    E se gostar e desejar comente.
    Que Deus vos abençõe e guarde.
    Abraço.Peregrino E Servo.
    http://peregrinoeservoantoniobatalha.blogspot.pt/

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  8. All beautiful !!
    Perfection. Happiness. Solitude...We found everywhere Minoru. And of all enjoyed.
    Un abrazo.


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  9. Nunca havia visto antes um lugar tão diferente é realmente fantástico,
    na verdade um lugar belíssimo ...
    Com certeza é um Pais de primeiro mundo.
    Foi um prazer conhecer seu blog e ao mesmo tempo seguir.
    Um abraço daqui do Brasil.
    Evanir.

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  10. Gorgeous harbor scenes. You captured them wonderfully.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  11. Yokohama looks like a great place to live. Spectacular fire fighting equipment and lovely shots of the city and harbour area.

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  12. Looks like a fun time and wonderful landscapes and buildings!

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  13. Gorgeous harbor! You had great views.

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  14. Yokohamas harbour is so interesting. I love the fireboats and the view from high above. Great post.
    Greetings from Germany

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  17. Impressive views! I like the buildings, but the Ferris wheel and especially the dragon boat are very nice, too! Have a nice weekend!

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  20. What a GREAT collection you have here. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  21. Fantastic photography of a very beautiful area and wonderful action shots of the fireboats!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  22. Beautiful views ! Yokohama looks like a lovely place to visit !
    Have a happy weekend :)

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  23. A very special kind of water fountains. l love that.

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  24. さすが横浜、神戸と似ているようでやはりスケールが違います。出初式もかなりお洒落な気がします。姪の結婚で初めて行った横浜は土砂降りの雨。それでも赤レンガ~ベイエリア~中華街を歩きました。(翌日の結婚式は晴天。)

    いい俳句ですね。完璧は無理でも、幸せが時々感じられて、一人でいる時を楽しんでいる・・・ そういうお気持ちから書かれたのでしょうか。

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんにちは。 結婚式の晴天は良かったですね。 Nothing is perfect. という言葉が有りますので、韻を踏んでる言葉を並べただけです。
       最近はサンシャイン60やランドマークタワーの展望台は空いていますので、隠れた穴場になりつつあると思いました。

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  26. Wonderful series. I have never had the pleasure to see a boat spewing water like that.

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  27. Thanks for linking up with Friday My Town Shoot Out.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  28. Incredible views from the harbour with so large panoramas and boats spraying of water. And so true and sensitive words of wisdom in haiku, as well!! Love to see and discover new things! Have a sunny day of sunday and the whole week, too!

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      Thank you very much for your comment. I feel happy you loke this post.

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  29. あの俳句はどなたのものですか? なかなかいいので、書とめておきます。 横浜は2回くらいしか行った事がないのですが、憧れの街です。 ユーミンの歌に出てくる、山手のドルフィンでお茶をしたという友人がいます。彼女は横浜生まれの横浜国立大学出。キレる人です。 あんな風にあたまが良かったらなーって、たまに思います。
    このポスト楽しかったです。 このイベントがあるよーって、情報はどこからきますか?

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    1. Dear Akemi sama.
      こんにちは。俳句というより、韻を踏んだ句ですが、勿論、私の創作です。 我が家には旅行の案内書が沢山来ますので、そこから見つけました。 ドルフィンの歌は私も知っていますが、ユーミンのファンで無いので行った事はありません。
       横浜、山手十番館というレストランは行きました。
       港の見える丘公園の近くです。

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