Fish Eye On Nagahama

Ever since Phill first put up Fish Eye Photos Part One, the millions and millions of people that read this webpage have been begging me for more. Well the need beg no longer. Your pleas have been answered and the ever giving, always generous Young Mr. Evans has once again showered the masses with an abundance of goodwill.

The first picture this time around is of a statue of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who all of the most loyal readers of this page will know Phill likes quite a bit.

Here is a picture of some plants. If you can't recognize them as plants it may be a result of your unfamiliarity with the eye of a fish. For this is not merely a picture of some plants, but a picture of some plants from a fish's point of view. A flying fish. A flying fish that has burst forth from the waters and is about to lang upon dry ground where its lungs will implode and it will die an extremely painful death.

If you squint your eyes and look at the very centre [the spelling of the previous word was for all of Phill's UK fans] of the picture you may be able to make out a small white dot that is actually Nagahama castle.

Our final visual feast is this photo of Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan. As the Young Mr. Evans' supply of wit has reached its end, there will be no further comment about this picture. Just look at it and behold the raw talent that bursts forth whenever Phill clicks a shutter.


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