Tag: todai-ji


Day 216- Tangles (temple angles)

Following on from yesterdays post… Grand structures like Todai-ji temple are photographed often, a saturation of images leaving little leave-way for an original shot- an endeavour I stumbled around for a while, pacing about under a pink cherry blossom canope. Eventually, I found something a bit different and abstract in the temples roofes, scouting about […]


Day 214- Tōdai-ji

I am lucky enough to have just returned from a two and a half month adventure in India- see a couple of postcards here. Now, from one culture and country to another, it’s back to my year of pictures from Japan- starting with the Todai-ji temple in Nara. It nestles a quaint thirty minute train […]