Dangling Lanterns In Okunitama Jinja

Many lanterns in in Okunitama Jinja

The lanterns were hung in the approach

Shot at Ōkunitama Jinja, a Shinto Shrine in Fuchu, Tokyo.

Many lanterns were hung over the approach to the shrine. And the names of the dedicators were written on them. The time of a festival might be approaching. The precinct seemed to be poised.

Yet the approach was deserted and the atmosphere was still tranquil. People were walking under the lanterns in a leisurely fashion. I found a woman who had two plastic bags in her hands walking. She might get home from shopping.

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PHOTO DATA

No

718

Shooting Date

Dec 2006

Posted On

February 6, 2007

Place

Fuchu, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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