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I have a few new walking tour videos this week- both of Japanese places. The first one is amazing and is a rustic area full of narrow alleys and awesome architecture. Especially about 2/3 of the way through there's just a maze of alleys with pipes- very cool. The next one is a nice walk through an area full of anime and gaming cafes and whatnot.
My second Dystopia Playlist went up this week. You can find that here.
The scenery looks CG on that train ride in the first videoReplyDelete
Wishing you a great reading week
The videos are a really cool way to see these places. I commend the people who created themReplyDelete
I love "Umbrellas". Hope you have a great week!ReplyDelete
I love the walk throughs! It's probably about the only way I'll be travelling for awhile so it's nice. I love the cottage in the last picture. It's just perfection. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Pretty pics as always :)ReplyDelete
Loving the walkthroughs. It would be a dream of mine to visit the anime and videogame sections. Those colorful pics remind me of a Miazaki film.ReplyDelete
Pleased to see your still enjoying your walking videos - I would love to go to Japan. Take care and happy reading! 🙂ReplyDelete
Love the japanese walkthroughs. It's odd, they fulfil some kind of vicarious travel whilst we are stuck in the time of lockdowns and lengthy quarantine periods.ReplyDelete
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I'd love to visit Japan someday. It's one of those destinations that everyone in my house is in complete agreement on for a mix of different reasons. :) I guess, until Covid bogs-off and lets us travel again, virtual tours are as good as it's going to get.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a good week!
Robots & Intruders 5 are creepy good. Love them all!ReplyDelete
I like walking video's, we like to watch those now and then. Only annoying thing is that I get motion sick from most of them, so I can't watch them too long. Japan looks like such a pretty country. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Walking tours sound really great.ReplyDelete
Love all that artwork, makes me wish I could make digital art better than I can...lol.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
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I aloways love the art you share. Intruders 5 is my favorite this week.ReplyDelete
Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Virtual walking tours is a perfect way to "travel" in these times, right? I'll check out your new Dystopian Playlist post! :)ReplyDelete
My kids and I talk all the time about going to Japan, it just seems like a place the 3 of us would be so happy going too. lolReplyDelete
Have a great week, Greg! Happy Reading!
Umbrellas is beautiful Thanks for sharing these pictures! Hope you have a good week!ReplyDelete
I love your videos and images, especially Welcome Home!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books and your viewing, and thanks for visiting my blog. Stay safe.
My brother was able to visit Japan with his job before he died and said it was a wonderful experience. I would love to visit as well. Hope you have a great week Greg.ReplyDelete
I love the walking tour videos. What a great way to visit new places without any hassle or expense!ReplyDelete
Love the art this week - as usual!ReplyDelete
These walking tour videos are so great to watch! Have a great week Greg!ReplyDelete
The walking videos are very cool - what a great way to take a tour!ReplyDelete
I love the walk throughs and the beautiful pictures.ReplyDelete
I could totally live in that cottage. I would not like the rodents and insects living in the roof, however.ReplyDelete
There is something very unsettling about those cars driving about as normal whilst those giant ball things roam overhead.ReplyDelete
I love the Japan walkthrough videos, they are very relaxing.
Have a good week.
I really want to read "Song of the Deep"!ReplyDelete
I don't I had ever seen a video of Tokyo in winter. Thanks for sharing the video :)
Thank you for sharing the walking videos! And some of the artwork you shared is breathtaking. Thank you. I hope you have a great week, Greg!ReplyDelete
The Japanese walking videos are so cool. I've been using some Japanese biking ones with my exercise bike and it has been so nice to see such beautiful scenery.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the walking tours, Greg. And I love the pics this week - that cottage in forest is beautiful:))ReplyDelete
Wonderful walking tours! The art is beautiful, too. I hope you have a great week!ReplyDelete
I love the walk throughs! I really miss being about to travel (Or, really, to go anywhere), so these are a little bit of a respite from my own 4 walls! - Melinda @ A Web of StoriesReplyDelete
Japan is a beautiful place I believe. Never been there but seen photos. Happy reading this week or gaming or whatever....!ReplyDelete
That Umbrellas art reminds me of sitting at Sunset Point on Belle Isle and looking out at Detroit. Minus the monsters of course. Lol. Have a good week!ReplyDelete
So pretty. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
OOo I need to check out those walking tours. Have you looked at window swap?ReplyDelete
Being transported, and taken out of ourselves, is just what is needed now and again during these pandemic times... You aid in this by sharing the artwork and walking videos - so thank you!ReplyDelete
I loooove those Japan walking tours. I will occasionally put them on when I'm on the treadmill and listening to podcasts. They're fun to just watch.ReplyDelete
I love all the artwork this week - especially 'umbrellas'.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the walking tours and artwork! The "Intruders 5" piece makes me want to know the story.ReplyDelete
Visiting your site is a highlight of my week. That pulp cover is intense!! But then relaxing music, videos, and paintings! Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Visiting places virtually is the name of the game lately. Thanks for sharing. Love all the artwork you posted today. I haven't read Black Pearl in a long time.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog last week.
My co-librarian taught in Japan for a few years, I'll have to share those walking tours with him. I always love the art that you share too! Hope you're having a good week!ReplyDelete
Lisa Loves Literature
Ooo, love the umbrellas pic.ReplyDelete
I hope your week is going well. 🌞ReplyDelete