My photographic notes about the four seasons in Kamakura or the gardens of Zen
Beautiful, thought provoking... Hope to be able to travel and witness these gardens myself one day, in the meanwhile, thank you for sharing...
Dear abdcot:Thank you for your very encouraging comment.I found especial beauty in the combination of the elegant flowers and the shadow of a tree which was brought by the afternoon sunlight of that early spring day.Best Wishes,
Dear Mariane:Thank you again for your warmhearted comment and support to my photolog.I visited your beautiful "DRAWING SAFARIS" blog and gained the profound impression of your deep devotion to the all living things of nature.I very much appreciate your linking to my photolog in your blog.I believe that the finding of beauty in nature teaches us to realize the truth of the universe and to achieve spiritual enlightenment.With every good wish,
Dear Kunihiko I first visited the temples of Kita-Kamakura by myself. It was early summer. Strolling through the gardens on my own, the peace and tranquility I found there made a profound and lasting impression on me. During the 9 years we lived in Tokyo I returned to Kamakura and Kita-Kamakura many times, in all seasons. Your beautiful photographs have brought back many happy memories. I also enjoyed your thoughtful commentary on your photographs. My husband has enjoyed them too.Thank you,Bernadette
Dear Bernadette:Thank you sincerely for your warm and kindly comment. I am very glad to know that you and your husband enjoyed my photoblog.I believe that the modest beauty and gentleness of this small region called Kita-kamakura are essentially created by the presence of the historic temples of Zen. To my mind, the quiet gardens of these temples express the deep respect and affection toward all things in nature. In this photoblog, I intend to find and record the seasonal scenes and stories of all living things in the peaceful microcosm of Zen. Please give our best wishes to your husband.Very truly yours,
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