Store Window in Omotesando, Tokyo
During Japan’s 花見/hanami season, visitors to Minobusan Kuonji Temple enjoy taking photographs of the temple’s numerous cherry-blossom trees, which are blooming in abundance.
Two middle-school boys ride their bikes home in the late afternoon.
This is a self-portrait that I took at the Sakamiko Illumination. I am standing in an enclosed walk-through tube that has walls which project a revolving kaleidoscope of colored light. I was only able to look directly at the ceiling for a few seconds before the luminance’s intensity forced me to look away.
Looking out towards Itsukushima Shrine from a stone sculpture.
If you have been to Miyajima and know the name of the sculpture and/or its significance, please tell me in a comment. My tour guide explained the lookout’s significance to me, but I was too busy taking photographs for the details to sink in.
The light that shineth through those holes,
are long departed, silent souls.
Light streams through a laundry basket from two different angles.
A man stops to take a photograph of Mount Fuji – Fujikawaguchiko, Japan