The long corridor, following the contours of the underlying land, is another famous feature of this shrine.
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!
Love the curve corridor, well captured!
8 Sep 2009 6:52am
@Hoshisato: Cheers Hoshisato!
Another superb perspective composition! Well done.
8 Sep 2009 8:22am
@Standley: Cheers Richard!
This one should be paired with the previous one for comparison! Both are very good in monochrone! The eye can have a great time watching the earth breathing! (BTW: this is how I feel when an earthquake strikes here, my stomach does ups and downs and I no longer know where my heart is!)
8 Sep 2009 11:26am
@Japanalia: Thanks Gabriela!
Well done Daryl, this just brings you right in and the light playing with the shadows is wonderful :)
8 Sep 2009 3:11pm
@Lorraine: Cheers Lorraine!
A very lovely image.
8 Sep 2009 3:19pm
@Steve Rice: Thanks Steve!
Wonderful image . Love it even more than previous one . Tones are perfect !
8 Sep 2009 3:28pm
@MARIANA: Thanks MARIANA!
Great gradual contrasting tones in this Darryl.
8 Sep 2009 6:18pm
@Curly: Cheers Curly!
Hello, sorry but at my time a lot of troubles...
I think just as Japanalia!!
Well done in B&W!!
8 Sep 2009 9:02pm
@Marc: Thanks Marc! I hope you are okay...?
Cool perspective, tones, and lines. I'd like to see the top of the frame cropped out. Love the lines to the shrine's corridor.
8 Sep 2009 9:25pm
@Anthony Thomason: Thanks Anthony!
Nice composition and perspective. Well done.
9 Sep 2009 2:55pm
@Laurie: Thanks Laurie!
How old is that wood?
16 Sep 2009 2:38am
@Twelvebit: Oh I have absolutely no idea Twelvebit, sorry...
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