The less you put into these shots, the more we see . . . lovely presentation.
29 Nov 2010 11:10am
@Ronnie 2¢: Thank you so much. "Less is more" is one of my most fundamental guiding principles in taking photos, so I am thrilled that it actually comes across to others as they see my photos. Thank you always for such thoughtful comments.
the little leaves on the ground went flying on the dress (kimono ?) :-)) . Very nice impression of move
29 Nov 2010 11:22am
Lovely! I agree with Ronnie, Less is more!
29 Nov 2010 4:56pm
@Tracy: Except when it comes to cookies! :-)
First,May I say thank you for your kind comments on m y blog - Second, I have enjoyed your last 3 posts that I had missed...the Imperial Palace view is wonderful and I can see why you enjoy the laocale near your apartment - beautiful. This image above is a wonderful concentrated image that I most truly enjoy...these kind of photos always coincide with wonderful stries - some for real, some in out mind - all combining in beauty...that's what this is to me!!
29 Nov 2010 6:15pm
taking a nice stroll around the temple. nice!
29 Nov 2010 7:14pm
I love yur perspective on this shot GJC! Great colours and textures! 5-stars!!! Bravo! ;-)
30 Nov 2010 1:00am
A very elegant shopper even for Japan, I think. A shot that is simply perfect.
2 Dec 2010 3:41am
You caught just enough to communicate the story....love the motion of that busy shopping foot.
Beautifully and sparely composed. Just right !!
4 Dec 2010 7:10am
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kyoto kimono autumn 秋 きもの 着物 京都
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