very nice photo of traditional japanese architecture! 😊
Oh what did you do to the people ?? I was at 8 AM on this shrine, there already were a lot of people ^^
Hello, do you allow people to use your photos are references? If not, that's okay.
Thanks for your interest! My photos can be used as references for traditional art and digital art that is drawn or painted by hand. I don't want them to be used in photomanipulations.
Amazing, I would love to go there.
That Torii gate it's huge. I know that 'cuz I saw it with my own eyes.
oh wow it's a Torii gate made of wood right? you rarely ever see that, a lot of them are made of cement these days, it must be really old wish I could go to japan and see these things myself one day
The largest torii in Japan is actually at Heian Jingu in Kyoto I have been to both of these places in the past week, I can vouch for it as a fact haha. This is a lovely picture though, I love it!
Thanks! I don't remember where I read that this is the tallest one, but yes, Heian Jingu Torii seems to be over two times taller than the one in Meiji Shrine. I found also information about Yasukuni Shrine Torii, which is also a huge gate.
hahaha i remember stumbling upon this entrance and not knowing what he hell it was. I saw the Chrysanthemum symbols on the Torii so I knew it must have been something important.
Ah, I've actually been to the Meiji Shrine, so seeing this beautiful picture brings back such fond memories. <3
I'm glad you like it, thanks!
Oh, I love the symmetry! The warm filter in this picture is especially nice.
What sort of filters did you use?
Wow! I really wanna go there, it's like a dream or something
On muuten tosi upee!!
Kiitoksia! Meiji Shrine ympäristöineen oli kyllä vaikuttava kokemus.