Photographer's Note

Since it was fine day on that day I was walking along the promenade which ran along the riverbed about about 3 km from the Imai bridge to the Edogawa sport land in the direction of the upper stream. Many fishing boats which are at anchor on the riverside were seen. Moreover, fishers which hang down a fishing line to a river ashore, and the fishing boats which scuttle a river were seen occasionally. On the way, the one youth was playing the trumpet towards the opposite shore. The opposite shore of this photograph is Ichikawa in Chiba Prefecture. I take a walk the side of a river, in order to sometimes soften the heart.
Edo river is a part style of reservoirs along the Tone River in the first-grade river which flows through the Kanto district. Full length is 59.5 km, and flows through Chiba Prefecture, Saitama Prefecture, and the boundary in Tokyo south. And, it is divided into Edo river which is main stream and old Edo river which is the old channel at near Ichikawa-shi of Chiba, and pours into Tokyo Bay.

The fishing boats which anchor on a riverside : workshops

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Additional Photos by mikio kato (kato) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1386 W: 219 N: 3395] (11630)
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