Azalea In Senzoku-Ike

Red Azalea

Azaleas were blooming in the precinct

Shot in Senzoku-Ike, Tokyo.

There was an islet in the pond 'Senzoku-Ike'. And a small shrine dedicated to Sarasvati was stationed on it.

The deity originated from the Hindu goddess. Yet the characteristic in Japan had been different from its original. It is believed that the deity bestows monetary fortune. The main hall was cute and small. And there was nothing to be worthy of special mention unfortunately. What I was attracted was the exuberance of blooming Azaleas.

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Where is Senzoku-Ike?

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Photo No.
9292
Shooting Date
May 2015
Posted On
June 10, 2015
Place
Senzoku-Ike, Tokyo
Genre
Floral Photography
Archive
Jun2015 NATURE TOKYO
Camera
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL
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