We tend to focus on the 'must sees', the 'unmissable', the big palaces and sparkling city lights - or maybe the peaceful quiet, the roar of the ocean and bird song of the countryside when we take photos, write or report about our travels.

Yet,  it's often the in between, the fleeting moments that are hard to catch that are the most beautiful. Especially in Japan, which is one of the most densely populated countries on the planet, glimpses of the countryside on the train are one of my favourite views - I'll take these over a picture at the Golden Pavillion at Kyoto anytime.

These are some snapshots I took in my recent travels in Kagawa Prefecture, by train and ferry. With these kind of views, I don't mind taking the slowest form of transport available.

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