Precinct Of Myoshin-Ji

Precinct of Myoshin-Ji
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A man was walking beside the halls

Shot at Myoshin-Ji, a Buddhist temple complex in Kyoto.

The precinct was tranquil and a nice place to walk around. Many historic architectures stood side by side. During I walked the path between the buildings, a man came from over there.

Yet I had a deserted feel. Because this temple beloved to the Zen sect, many Buddhist monks could continue their ordinary practices somewhere in this precinct. Perhaps, not to give an indication of them might be one of their ascetic trainings.

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DATA

Photo No

602

Shooting Date

Sep 2006

Posted On

November 11, 2006

Place

Myoshin-ji, Kyoto

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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