Worshipers In The Dim Approach

Family on approach way
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The members of a family walked the dim approach

Shot at Setagaya Hachimangu, a Shinto shrine in Miyasaka, Tokyo.

It was getting darker with dusk approaching. The approach of this shrine was covered with a thick bunch of trees and dim. Although the residential areas in Tokyo are often less garden, the precincts of Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines Have a lot of green. And they became garden-like places for local dwellers.

I stopped and watched it from the top of the stairway. Two Torii were seen on the approach. And both of them were silhouetted. I found a formally-dressed family walking. They had finished celebrating the Seven-Five-Three Festival at the prayer hall and were about to go out of the shrine.

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DATA

Photo No

9629

Shooting Date

Nov 2015

Posted On

January 26, 2016

Place

Miyasaka, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SIGMA DP2 MERRILL

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