Finding Calm in Kyushu

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There’s something about riding a train through a peaceful and epic Japanese landscape. I was on a job in Kyushu for about seven days last week, a portion of which had me traveling on a luxury passenger train between several different towns and cities on the island. It was a much needed respite amidst a flurry of recent assignments that have taken me through Thailand, Japan, India, New Zealand, and Vietnam. I’ll get some rest soon. But for now, just looking through these images brings a calm serenity to my overworked brain, and I feel refreshed and ready to take on anything.

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10 thoughts on “Finding Calm in Kyushu

  1. There is a distinct difference between the bustle of big Japanese cities and the placid calm of small centers and of the countryside.
    Great shots!
    Ciao
    Sid

  2. That’s pretty much in every ancient country of Asia. Finding a sphere within a sphere is something our peace foraging minds look for

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