Umbrella In Yasukuni Jinja

Umbrella in Yasukuni Jinja

A woman walked the deserted approach

Shot at Yasukuni Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Kudan, Tokyo.

The main approach of this shrine was deserted. A woman was walking ahead me. She was putting a sunshade up and heading for the prayer hall. On the other side of her, a Torii stood. And the prayer hall was seen through the Torii.

It was a clear day and the precinct was silent. It could be a nice place to stroll about. Yet it might also happen to meet the spirits of the war dead enshrined here. It was also a warm day for them.

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Photo No.
5667
Shooting Date
May 2011
Posted On
August 29, 2011
Place
Kudan, Tokyo
Genre
Street Photography
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AUG 2011 IN THE CITY TOKYO
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OLYMPUS PEN E-P2
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M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42MM
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