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Last weekend, I climbed the Mount Fuji with my boyfriend.
It was an incredible experience.
I took a lot of pictures, here is one of them.
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Byodoin, Uji, Kyoto prefecture, Japan. The original photo was almost completely green, like the famous Uji tea! :D (Strange light conditions...). I wonder if it was a good idea to enhance the original colors.
Critical comments are appreciated! (Other comments as well! ;) )
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Yakushido of the Kazusa-kokubunji temple, Chiba, Japan. Maps: [link]
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薬師堂を正面から あの大銀杏の葉は流石に散ってはいたものの
その幹は冷え込んだ空気にも関わらず人肌のような温度をたもっていた

*明度と彩度を落として少し古めかしい感じを出したつもりです。
それにしても、これはホント良いレンズですね。使い込んでいきたいです。
Another shot:
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To-ji Temple, Kyoto.

Photo #209 of the Japan 2010 Collection.
Taken on 11.21.10 in Minami-ku, Kyoto, Japan.
Edited using Picasa 3.
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Yakushido of the Kazusa-kokubunji temple, Chiba, Japan. Maps: [link]
脇道から、上総国分寺・薬師堂を眺める。なんだか日本の昔ながらの風景に見えます。
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This is Kiyomisu temple in Kyoto this place was magic and a wonderful playground for a photographer !
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This year I visited Tokyo again and took some cool photos, including this Odaiba Bridge.
Compare it with the one I took 2 years ago.

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It is about time I uploaded some of my photos from my trip to Japan. Maybe if we are all lucky, I will remember to take a decent camera with me next time.

Just a lucky shot, I took a picture of a cherry tree on Miyajima Island and happened to realize that I caught the tori gate in the background. Pretty, ain't it? ;-) (at the time, I don't think I was thinking too much...I was too busy trying to locate some okonomiyaki to fill my belly)

The maple leaf cakes (momiji manju) were very tasty. After I got back, I realized that they also fried the cakes...I wish I knew so that I could have eaten them!

Copyright 2012 A. Wheatley.
Do not claim, use, distribute, or trace this work without my permission. Not stock photography.
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At the shrine, there is a small lake with a torii 「鳥居」 or gate. The water was still enough to reflect it like a mirror. The suns rays were breaking through the clouds, which was absolutely amazing to capture!

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:camera: More from this shoot :camera:


At the beginning of December, we decided to go take some pictures. My husband had mentioned that he bikes past a few shrines on his way to one of his schools, so we grabbed the camera bag and headed out. It turns out, this is a rather large Hachiman shrine, the Komo Hachiman Shrine 「薦神社」I cannot wait to go back again to get more pictures!



Komo Shrine 「薦神社」 : December 1, 2012
Nakatsu-shi, Oita-ken, Kyushu, Japan
  中津市   大分県   九州  日本
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An old stone bridge from Edo Period. Behind the bridge lays the town where Sasaki Kojiro was born and raised. He died in an duel against Myamoto Musashi. I really liked to walk over this old fashioned bridge.
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