The long corridor, following the contours of the underlying land, is another famous feature of this shrine.
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Lovely shot and good DoF. Excellent framing.
9 Sep 2009 8:29am
@Srujan Chennupati: Thanks Srujan!
These corridors are fabulous. You captured them very well!
9 Sep 2009 8:41am
@Standley: Thanks Richard!
great composition, I like how you're close to one wall here too - nice shot
9 Sep 2009 2:25pm
@Charlie: Thanks Charlie!
Lovely the way this holds together . . the toning further helps impress the robust strength of the structure here.
9 Sep 2009 3:53pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks Ronnie!
Hello, the Dof is very interesting!!
Hope all is in good way!!
9 Sep 2009 7:41pm
@Marc: Merci Marc!
This is a compelling image. I love this shrine series.
10 Sep 2009 2:14am
@Steve Rice: Cheers Steve!
i love all this wood -- so natural and relaxing... plus everything is so BIG in japan... the logs, the temples, the buddhas... it makes me feel humble yet at ease. :)
10 Sep 2009 4:33am
@dj.tigersprout: Cheers dj!
Interesting wood structure.
16 Sep 2009 2:37am
@Twelvebit: It's very striking isn't it?
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