Autumn Colors of Japan

Tuesday, December 6 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Landscape Mode, aperture at f2.70, shutter speed at 1/125 sec., focal length of 34mm, no-flash, ISO 80, 11/29/05 at 01:17pm


I was in Japan last week and I arrived at a time when fall is slowly transforming to winter. Still, Japanese fall foliages are a sight to behold. This picture was taken at the Meiji Shrine Gardens. The colors will simply arrest you in awe. It was very beautiful and peaceful. The Shrine really invites you to meditate and pray.

4 comments:

Kim said...

Oh my, this is stunning! I had no idea that Japan had an autumn that looked like this.

JMom said...

Beautiful photo, Doc! Parang hindi tutuo, the colors are so vibrant. And that blue sky can't be more perfect!

Dr Emer said...

Thanks Kim, JMom.

This picture does not compare to the experience of being there. You should go to Japan during autumn. My first impression when I saw this was total awe. It was like a postcard coming to life.

eye said...

grabe!!! this is so surreal.

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