This week we're going to take a look at ten photographs from a recent visit to the Five Color Lakes or "Goshikinuma" in Fukushima, here in Japan. Goshikinuma literally means five color swamps, although that isn't the prettiest translation, so pond is often used, although some are definitely large enough to be considered lakes. Goshikinuma are five volcanic lakes in the Urabandai area of Fukushima, at the foot of Mount Bandai. They were formed when Mount Bandai erupted in July, 1888, killing approximately 500 people as it destroyed a number of towns. The eruption completely changed the landscape, creating a plateau area and dammed some rivers. The lakes...
Thank you for visiting! To help us to continue to provide quality posts and photography inspiration we are asking visitors to pledge a Patreon contribution of $3 or more to unlock the full text of more than 750 posts. The Podcast itself is and will always be free, so you are welcome to listen with the above player and follow along with the images discussed below. However, if you value what we do, please consider supporting us with a Patreon pledge.
There are also higher tiers with community access, monthly desktop wallpaper images, eBooks and a monthly Patron-only live Question Time event. There is even a Mentorship program if you want to take your photography to a whole new level. Of course, all tiers unlock all posts, to please click the Patreon button below to view details. Thank you for your support!
Existing Patrons please login with this button to unlock posts and access benefits. Thank you for being awesome!