As some of you may know, I’m a self-taught student of the art or writing. As such, I have a list of “assignments” or writing styles to experiment with and learn about. This is my take on the following assignment:
“Write an article for a magazine, including pictures if appropriate. You have been given 500 words and up to 10 photos as your limits.” Continue reading “Wide Eyed Wanderings – Fushimi Inari-taisha”
Although the Honen-in temple had been too badly damaged by the recent typhoon to access, the graveyard behind it was relatively undamaged and provided a bounty of photo ops.
Continue reading “Wednesday Wanderings — Honen-in graveyard and Otoyo Jinga, Kyoto, Japan”
Kiyomizu-dera temple near Kyoto, Japan. The temple itself is impressive. As one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto and a UNESCO world heritage site, it hold much historic significance. Continue reading “Wide-Eyed World Adventure 12 – Kiyomizu-dera”