Watering Place In Nanzen-Ji

watering place in Nanzen-Ji

The water place was waiting silently

Shot at Nanzen-Ji, a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto. There was a Japanese style water place in a corner of the precinct. The water is tapped from the bamboo to the stone basin. The place was surrounded by the silence and the sound of the bamboo hitting the stone was echoed once and away.

A square hollow was made on the stone cylinder. And the shape reminded me a coin. The coin was big. If the primitives used coins, their coin could be shaped like that.

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Information of this photo

Photo No.
599
Shooting Date
Sep 2006
Posted On
November 8, 2006
Place
Nanzen-Ji, Kyoto
Genre
Still Life Photography
Archive
NOV 2006 ARCHITECTURE KYOTO
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
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