KOBE, JAPAN: MINATOGAWA SHRINE Published on November 23, 2014October 11, 2020 by jacquelinemhadel 20nov14. Kobe, Japan. Share this:TwitterRedditFacebookTumblrPinterestEmailMorePrintPocketLike this:Like Loading...
11 thoughts on “KOBE, JAPAN: MINATOGAWA SHRINE”
It’s so beautiful there. You got some great captures, especially where you use unexpected angles.
Thank you so much! The angles are a bit different for me, for sure. I tried to make it not look like every other shrine visit. You know? There are numerous…
Amazing photos, love the vibrant colours!
Cheers, Judi! Autumn is definitely a vibrant season in Japan. 😉
Your photos make me want to go to Japan! Hope there will be one day.
Thank you SO much! Do come!
Yay for doors! I love the iron on wood, bolts and hinges.
Cool, isn’t it?!
Absolutely. I’m also impressed by the tracks in the stone below huge wooden doors created after years of use. I think doors tend to get skipped over but they have so many secrets.