Saturday, October 13, 2007

PhotoHunt: Smelly

Sapporo fish market
I posted other photos of the fish market previously HERE and HERE.
Incense burning at Nanzen-ji, Kyoto
I quite like the smell of incense but too much in an enclosed room can be rather smelly. More photos from Nanzen-ji HERE.
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28 comments:

  1. The second compensates the first, I guess ;-)

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  2. I went with fish also, I ran to the local grocery store and took photos! lol Incense does indeed smell in an enclosed room! My photo is up, please come and visit

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  3. I can almost smell the smelly in these great photos of yours. Happy hunting...

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  4. Great choices for the theme! Lots of fishy posts this week...PU! Happy photo hunting, and thanks so much for visiting :)

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  5. Those are both great shots for the theme. I like incense if it's not in too small of a space. Happy Saturday.

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  6. oh my..the fish market..YES that is indeed smelly ...and yes..i luv incense... great shots!

    k:)

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  7. what a smelly sight to see!! Great shots!

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  8. Those are two very different versions of smelly. Nice post!

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  9. Great shots. Perfect for this week's theme and smelly in very different ways. Happy weekend

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  10. Wow - that is a lot of incense!

    Happy Weekend.

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  11. i agree with you on the incense. if it's in an enclosed too, it is too smelly!

    thanks for the visit! :)


    Happy weekend! :)

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  12. Two very smelly photos - but so different. The incense burning looks so tranquil. The photo of the Fish Market looks busy - and very colourful!

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  13. I'm not too fond of the smell of fish so yes, I would say they are smelly. Incense, though, I quite like but I daresay it could become overpowering in an enclosed space.

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  14. I love looking at fish market stalls so this is very interesting. Wow what alot of incense.
    Sara from farmingfriends

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  15. smelly fish smelly fish....but the incense burning ...smell ok though.

    Mine is up at My two Cents Worth and
    The 4 Seasons Of My Life I hope you can visit me too.

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  16. Oh wow...great shots! Yours is the only incense one I've seen! Very good!

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  17. Oh geez, I think I would faint with this encence odor! It's like in some catholic churches it also smells encence in there just like hashish, lol !

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  18. Thanks everyone for visiting! :)

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  19. I like the second picture very much... looks very mysterious...

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  20. Two great choices for smelly. :) Fish can certainly be smelly, but it's very yummy too. :)

    My smelly photo.

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  21. Yup..the smoke from incense can sometimes be overwhelming.Good choice this week.see you around :)

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  22. oh oh oh - those are great pics, love the incense one the best! great hunting!

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  23. Two very different kinds of smelly. Good take on the topic! :)

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  24. I love incense, if I can I always light incense in temples here in Japan.. incense smell makes me relax :D

    oh yeah the fishes do stink , but it looks so delicious yummmyyy... :D

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  25. oooh, more supermarket pictures please! And how about one of the yaki-imo man?!

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  26. I don't like fish smell but I do like to eat fish. And I love incense, but your right, not in a small room, it cam be too much!
    When does Kyoto burn those incense?

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  27. hmmm...could've SWORN I left a comment, man, I'm getting old! I miss that scent of incense wafting about at the temples!

    HAHAHAH my word verification ended up the letters "pu" hahahha!

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  28. Janet- you did, sorry. I was away from the computer for a couple of days and hadn't approved the comments.
    I heard the yaki-imo man just last night as I was walking home. :)

    SabineM- they burn incense all the time as far as I know. It's a purification before entering the temple grounds.

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