Snow Canyon, Toyama, Japan
Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, Toyama, Japan / unknown photographer
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Amazing: Stationed in Newfoundland back in 1964 and 1965 during winter we went thru a forest where the road was two lanes wide and about 5 miles long and the trees came right up to the road…Snowing 265 inches annually made it impossible to see into the forest…Neat but spooky!
I wonder what they have to do to keep that road clear?
not possible. photo would have to be a fake. number one, a snow pack 30+ feet deep in Japan? number 2 … what machine could make a straight one-way cut through a 30+ feet snowpack? ever seen a snowplow? snow pushed off to the side …. even a “giant melter” would then create “glass-like” wall to that snow —- eh. so anyway. not possible.
The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route photo is real. website. http://www.alpen-route.com/english/
Reblogged this on Notes from "A Place to Live Forever" and commented:
Try to imagine yourself standing beside the bus……………. now look up. Aren’t you glad you brought a shovel? :)
Dang…thats a lot of snow
Reblogged this on inspiration and commented:
haha .. wow! speechless ..
Amazing although I would just be a little nervous thinking one more snowflake and it all crashes onto the road!
Amazing picture, check out my Christmas post, I hope you like it.
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Indeed, I went to the mountains :)
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