Approach Of Oji Jinja

Silhouettes on approach way

Some worshipers were walking the approach way

Shot at Oji Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Oji, Tokyo.

I prayed for better fortune like other people. After I prayed at the hall, I turned back. The approach was stretching in front of me and a stone Torii was seen at the end of the it. The precinct was heavily-wooded and the ground was covered by the shadows of the trees.

The sunlight fell onto the ground through the trees in spots. And I could see worshipers wriggling on the dim ground. Some of them were silhouetted.

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Information of this photo

Photo No.
9617
Shooting Date
Oct 2015
Posted On
January 14, 2016
Place
Oji, Tokyo
Genre
Street Photography
Camera
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL
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