Countdown to Zero no Kiseki – Three Days to Zero

Three days left! Everyone else excited?!

The next two posts after this will have only a couple of photos, sadly. However, I do intend a specialty post at the end of all of this to make up for everything.

Japanese translation provided by c_ling @ twitter.


In order to find a way home, the poms decide it best to find a higher vantage point, as attempted once before.
帰り道を探すために、ポム達はまたもっと高いの見晴らしの良い場所を探す方がいいと決まりました。

The giant ‘dandelion’ tower was scratched off the list quickly. It was hard to find a way up.
あのでかい「たんぽぽ」塔を場所リストからすぐ外しました。上り方法は難しいだから。


The vantage point from the sixth floor of this building didn’t provide much help, nor answers to old questions.
このビルの6階の見晴らしの良い場所はあまり役に立てませんでした。答えの見つからない古い疑問もうね。


Great view of arts complexes- but the poms aren’t here to see the symphony or opera.
美術施設のいい景色ってポム達はシンフォニーやオペラ見るためにここに来る訳ないけど。


The poms have never seen a city like this! Where do they go from this point?
ポム達はこのような町を見た事ありません!ここから何処に行くのですか?


They chose to hitch a ride with a business man. Who knows where he’s going?
ポム達はあのビジネスマンに同乗させてもらうと決まりました。あの人の行き先はどこだろう?

Bonus photo! Was it the poms on the Grassy Knoll?! The world may never know…
おまけ写真!草で覆われた小山にはあのポム達でしたか?!世界には誰も完全に知られないかもしれない!




Buildings featured are all from downtown Dallas, Texas:
Reunion Tower and the Reunion Hyatt
The Texas School Book Depository / Dealey Plaza (the site of JFK Assassination)
The Meyerson Symphony Center and the Winspear Opera House (From the Chase Bank Tower Sky Lobby)
Southeastern Dallas skyline from the Chase Bank Tower Sky Lobby

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