Snapshot 10: Unforgettable

On a very wet day almost at the end of my stay in Noto, I took a mountain road across the peninsula.  The rain having eased left the newly planted rice glowing green.  The gently stepped paddies and the dark green trees here formed a background to a stage that I don’t think I will every forget.  There was a peace and tranquility that only Noto can offer.  All memories and mind’s-eye images of modern Japan were as distant as if on another planet.  Noto—will it, can it survive?

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