Shot at Sesshu-Ji temple, a Buddhist temple in Kyoto.
When I entered into the tea-ceremony room called 'Zunantei', I found a round window there. The room was deserted and dim. The window with the sliding screen was opened a little way. And I could see another architecture through the window. Although this temple was famous fro its Japanese style garden, I couldn't see it from where I stood. /p>
By the way, the garden was believed that it was made by Sesshu, the master of ink and wash painting.
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October 19, 2006
CANON EOS 1V