The una (forecourt) of Shuri castle, Naha.
I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
Those lines really draw you in! Good one.
16 Nov 2008 6:36am
@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve!
wow . . what an impact that red has on the senses . . I feel I could wander there only in a straight line !
16 Nov 2008 9:18am
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks Ronnie!
Fabulous, sweet like candy canes :)
16 Nov 2008 11:18am
@Lorraine: Cheers Lorraine!
Beautiful detail and superb lines.
16 Nov 2008 11:23am
@Michael Skorulski: Thanks Michael!
wow Daryl! Good to see such vibrant color! and those lines are awsome. I've been busy with life but I'm baaack!
16 Nov 2008 1:12pm
@Cheryl: Thanks Cheryl, welcome back.
Thats so much red, I would love to see these amazing places, a great shot.
16 Nov 2008 1:48pm
@Richard_Irwin: Cheers Richard!
This has even more impact than yesterday's image.... super shot.
16 Nov 2008 10:29pm
@Observing: Thanks Mike!
Very graphic picture. The color contrast is very effective. Excellent picture, Bravo.
17 Nov 2008 12:26am
@akarui: Thanks Olivier!
Superb graphics picure with a great colours contrast!
17 Nov 2008 6:51am
@standley: Thanks standley!
17 Nov 2008 2:43pm
@Eleftheria!: Thanks Eleftheria!
How striking a place. The lines and your perspective to them are pretty magnificent.
19 Nov 2008 4:03pm
@Christine: Thanks Christine!
Graphic color drama.
19 Nov 2008 11:49pm
@Twelvebit: Cheers Twelvebit!
very cool shot! nicely done : )
5 Dec 2008 5:15pm
@peter: Cheers Peter!
Fantastic red lines ; a beautiful shot !
21 Dec 2008 4:20pm
@Vink: Thanks Vink!
Wow--what shocking color!
9 Feb 2009 3:31pm
@Evelyn: Thanks Evelyn!
Daryl, do oyu know if red lines symbolizes the rays of the rising sun?
19 Mar 2009 12:23pm
@Godo: Thanks for the comment Godo. The bright red used here predates Japan's rule of Okinawa - I think it's more of a Chinese influence, but I'm not an expert!
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