People Walking The Approach Of Nanzen-Ji

Worshipers heading for main hall in Nanzen-Ji

Some worshipers were heading for the main hall

Shot at Nanzen-Ji, a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto.

A big wooden gate built in 1628 stood at the entrance of the precinct. So I climbed it and watched the approach stretching to the main hall from above with an absent air. I could see the approach and the people walking through the trees.

Three figures were heading for the main hall. One of them put a sunshade. They might come here to hold a Buddhist memorial service because all of them wore a back clothes.

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Photo No.
590
Shooting Date
Sep 2006
Posted On
October 30, 2006
Place
Nanzen-Ji, Kyoto
Genre
Street Photography
Archive
Oct2006 IN THE CITY KYOTO
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
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