#1: A view of the ocean over the confluence, looking northeast. Naga Island is visible, 17km distant.
#2: Looking just east of north. Amakusa Islands are visible, as well as part of Naga Island on the right.
#3: Looking east. The sun has just risen over 1067m tall Mt. Shibi, the highest point in the vicinity of the confluence.
#4: Looking just west of south. Rocks and islets and the steep hills of the Koshiki group are visible.
#5: Looking west. Nothing but salt waters here.
#6: A shot of the GPS in its waterproof case, drifting on the wind over the confluence point.
#7: Leanne poses over the confluence, with Amakusa, our departure and destination point, in the background.
#8: A map of the area, also showing our course in reaching and returning from the confluence.
#9: The fishing port town of Ushibuka in Amakusa, a typical small Japanese fishing port.
#10: A telephoto shot of a part of the Koshiki coast. The Itezaki lighthouse, 15.7km distant, can just be made out to the left of the picture's center.