Oct 23, 2009

Pinky Ring's Journey in Search of Beauty of Kyoto II


Koryu-ji Temple




Kurumazaki-jinja Shrine

Sagano



Seiryo-ji Temple


Seiryo-ji Temple

Seiryo-ji Temple
Togetsu-kyo Bridge
Tenryu-ji Temple

Nanzen-ji Temple





Kyoto Gyoen National Garden




Nijo-jo Castle


Seime-jinja Shrine

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Forgive me for asking but who is Pinky Ring? Must have missed it along the reading of your blog.

Ida

flowerbossa said...

Hi Ida,

Pinky Ring is a Japanese BYJ sister and a friend of mine^^

love,
flowerbossa

gosijo said...

All very beautiful photographs. I particularly like the arches at Nanzen-ji Shrine.

Have a great weekend!

Hyds said...

Thank you once again for the beautiful pictures.. I'll be heading to Dovedale next weekend. I'll see if I could find the stepping stones similar to the once you posted.
Have a nice weekend.
Love,
hyds

flowerbossa said...

gosijo-san,

I thought the arches at Nanzenji were interesting too.

More to come!

love,
flowerbossa

flowerbossa said...

Dear Hyds,

Have a great trip to Dovesdale,and I'll be looking forward to seeing your photos!

I told Pinky-san that you enjoyed her photos, and she wished she could visit London^^

love,
flowerbossa

jenny said...

Dear Flowerbossa

Thanks for sharing ths beautiful pictures with us . I like it so much , especially the one with red maple leave in Seiryo-ji Temple.

Love

Jenny

jaime said...

Dear flowerbossa,

Pinky ring san's amazing photograpghy skill give me a new appreciation of the beauty of Kyoto. I want to revisit it again!
Next time, I hope to detour to Uji City to see all the exhibits of Genji Monogatari which I have been studying about.

Thanks for posting!
love .... Jaime

P.S. Hope Pinky ring san's lovely daughter is doing well.

flowerbossa said...

Hi Jenny,

Yes, Kyoto is especially beautiful in the fall... and pinky ring has captured it brilliantlyヽ(^-^ )/

love,
flowerbossa

flowerbossa said...

Hi Jaime,

I haven't been to Kyoto in SO long ...

You've been studying "Genji"?
WOW, you REALLY know more about Japanese culture than I do!
It's of those works that has forever been on my reading list...

love,
flowerbossa