Wow. With the doorway giving the perfect frame this picture is even better than yesterdays. I still admire these colors...
2 Jul 2008 6:08am
Very nicely framed shot!
2 Jul 2008 7:10am
how peaceful is the temple , still having a sense of spring , do you have summer there in Japan? ;)
2 Jul 2008 8:04am
@payam: Thanks for the visit and the comment, which I always appreciate. Yes, we do have summer in Japan -- and it's miserable. Very hot and very humid. We're in the rainy season (stay tuned for a short series on that) and it will grow increasingly hot in the coming weeks.
Very peaceful place.
2 Jul 2008 9:40am
Very well framed, great mood.
2 Jul 2008 11:27am
A visual moment of silence, thanks GJC!
2 Jul 2008 1:57pm
I'm never going to get tired of these, what a beautiful sight!
2 Jul 2008 3:37pm
@Lorraine: Thanks for coming by. I appreciate it. I'm glad you'll never get tired of these, because it seems about all I post! I keep taking the same picture again and again (different place, different season, different time) but it turns out to be the same photo. So I'm glad you haven't tired of it yet.
i enjoy your world. best...jf
2 Jul 2008 4:11pm
2 Jul 2008 8:00pm
cool framing and good composition.
it could make my eyesight clean n clear. :)
3 Jul 2008 2:07am
I like the way you're showing HOW a Japanese garden is intended to be viewed...the previous 2 photos are two such displays and this one adds to the pleasure even more. You make people enjoy what you love and this is a great thing!
3 Jul 2008 7:41am
I absolutely agree with Japanalia. True words nice written.
3 Jul 2008 9:31pm
This is my favorite of the series. I like the inclusion of the sides of the widows/doors. The structures outside lead the eye into the photo.
4 Jul 2008 11:18am
Love this one as well.
11 Jul 2008 8:21pm
A Japanese traditional photograph is very excellent ... stillness is caught to the photograph within the frame effectively.
12 Jul 2008 2:20am
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temple ohara hosenin 大原 お寺 宝泉院
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