Shosenkyo after the typhoon

In the afternoon, we drove to Shosenkyo. It takes only 30 minutes from home to there.

On the way, I was singing PONPONPON, and Katya was fed up with it.

There were very few cars in the parking lot, very understandable after the typhoon.

As we walked up, the river began to run more vigorously.

The water was dangerously falling down at the fall, making noises and splashes.

It was a good change of mind. After coming home, I started working for finishing my duties before my departure tomorrow.

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