Photographer's Note

This photograph is taken near the second bridge of Edogawa applied to the Edogawa drainage canal. I came down by Myōden Station of Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line, and went to the Edogawa drainage canal. The Edogawa drainage canal is artificial river dug in order to prevent a flood at Taisho Era(1912–1926). Since this neighborhood is a small bay in Tokyo Bay, sea water has entered. For the reason, the living is also a marine living fundamentally. In river bank, the reed has grown thick and it can meet new living, such as a goby, a wild bird, a shellfish, and a crab, in the tidal flat facing a riverside. In the riverside, many fishing boats were at anchor. Probably, it is a ship which goes to Tokyo Bay to fish. In addition, many thin long stakes were stood around ship. In back, I saw the blue iron bridge along which the train of Tōzai Line passes. When I strolling the surroundings for a while, I met many crabs in the tidal flat facing a surface of a river. It came out from dug in the tidal flat, and was moving about with very slow pace.

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