I like it.
6 Feb 2009 7:35am
That wood is gorgeous.
And the shoes add a very personal touch to what seems to me a very traditional home.
6 Feb 2009 12:55pm
@cat: Thank you for the visit and comment. This is the home of the priest that runs this very small shrine near Demachiyanagi in Kyoto.
Amazing tone and textures! Can't agree more to Cat's words!:-)
6 Feb 2009 2:49pm
Love the blue shoes with the blue door/window. Beautiful design overall.
6 Feb 2009 5:36pm
Perfect! Those soft colors and structures. Those shoes just complete this beautiful image.
Great grain on the house, we have to buy those grains here, sigh. I like the slipper at the doorstep. I have, oh I don't know, 8 pairs, for only 4 people...
6 Feb 2009 5:56pm
Such beautiful tones in that wonderful old wood (cedar?). The pattern in the glass is nice too.
6 Feb 2009 6:00pm
Subtle and beautiful. This is one of my favorites.
6 Feb 2009 7:43pm
Stunning tones, textures and framing. Bravo!
6 Feb 2009 8:10pm
The shoes give this so much interest!
6 Feb 2009 11:18pm
In these last few shots you really seem to be embracing pattern and repetition- very nice!!
6 Feb 2009 11:19pm
Very very Cool !!
7 Feb 2009 1:00am
home is where the heart is, a peaceful scenery too!
7 Feb 2009 4:54am
I like the blue motif, which even seems to creep into the grain of the wood. Lovely observation/lovely scene.
7 Feb 2009 12:58pm
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8 Feb 2009 9:03pm
I like this - the tones and shapes and shoes, and the slightly off-centre almost-symmetry.
8 Feb 2009 11:53pm
The feeling of home!!! Superb color match.
9 Feb 2009 10:22pm
10 Feb 2009 5:31pm
Before I die, I would like to live in a place that has a window/door like this and be able to simply sit there, with a hot cup of matcha and contemplating the garden.
13 Feb 2009 5:47am
Very well composed by including the shoes at the entrance. Harmony of colors.
15 Feb 2009 2:09am
Fabulous image.... the colours and textures are splendid
24 Feb 2009 4:24pm
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