Posts Tagged ‘kyoto’

 
  • Borrowed scenery 借景

    Borrowed scenery is an interesting Japanese concept of relating to a public space as yours to share and enjoy. If a person sees a green mountain or hill from his home, he
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  • MU 無

    Strolling the streets of Kyoto on a rainy November day I came to Kami-goryo shrine. No one was around except a for persist who fixed something in the water basin.
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  • Offering – מנחה

      לכל הגשה יש נמען. מתקיימת תנועה ממני אל הזולת בהגשה יש כוונה. זו תנועה שמבקשת להעביר מסר.  תנועה ממני אליך ולכן, האופן בו מוגש דבר מה משפיעה על המקבל
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  • KOTO-IN

    Strolling in Kyoto – I took with me a few cards I had left from the moon-viewing event at Ohara. I photographed the image in my most loved gardens. For a short while I was one
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  • Ryoan-ji

      It was raining heavily on a cold November morning in Kyoto. I took a chariot to The Zen Garden. I brought a Mediterranean moon with me.   Vessels, Memory and Oblivion , Mending
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  • Moon viewing 2015 – Kuroda Momoko

    At this temple by the edge of the lake I wait for the moon   みづうみのほとりの寺に月を待つ   Kuroda Momoko Moon viewing 2015 – 月見    

 
 

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