During our Frequent trips to downtown Kumamoto we pass over a bridge that is being reconstructed. We are not sure where this is going, but it look like they are going to elevate the bridge/roadway. Here is the first of the elevated beams about 10 meters above the old bridge/roadway.
More beams ready to be bolted into place.
Here is a distant photo showing the new temporary bridge in the foreground and the raised beam behind it.
Another angle on the new beam showing the elevating structures.
This is a photograph of the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko from the ESA Rosetta spacecraft. It is amazing, you can see boulders on the apparently steep foreground section of the Comet, stuck there by its very week gravity. I think if a person was there he could throw them into orbit or beyond. I love astronomy, these are God's creations.
On Friday we did our run around Lake Ezu, here we are at the underpass from the bike parking lot. We started our run just on the other side of the top of the bridge.
On the east side of the lake is a dirt path that we run on, the other side is a paved path.
After our day of service we visit the local Costco and buy some yummy American food and have a hot dog. This is another building near Costco with local Palm trees.
Saturday night after the temple day it was clear to the north of our apartment. I went to the roof top and took this 10 second exposure of the stars. Can you find the Cassiopia constellation?
Did I mention that I love astronomy.