Japan Kanagawa Prefecture Kamakura
by Richard Ryer
Selected for Google Earth [?] - ID: 14115920
Francisco José Sánch…, on September 15, 2008, said:
In my opinion, this is the best photo of the Budda series. Greetings.
▲artwall, on September 15, 2008, said:
Hi Rich, beautiful place and photo! Cheers, >artwall
Richard Ryer, on September 15, 2008, said:
Greetings Francisco and Artwall, Thank you both for visiting and your wonderful comments. If you approach the Buddha down the middle of the path you are in with many other people. If you stay to the side you are allowed to reveal the great Buddha slowly through his beautiful surroundings. The design of the grounds allows unlimited points of view, each with their own appeal. I like this one also because the gardens on the grounds are so beautiful.
Greetings Billy, Thanks for visiting and your wonderful comment. I am glad you like this approach. The middle of the path was to mechanical. I like this angle too.
Daniela Brocca, on September 21, 2008, said:
What a lovely place,Rich.I love the composition.Cheers,Daniela
Richard Ryer, on September 21, 2008, said:
Greetings Daniela, Thanks for visiting and commenting. The huge cast bronze statue is really nice. Hard to imagine they were able to do it so long ago.
Foguete, on February 8, 2012, said:
Nice composition. Good work!!
Greetings from Spain
Richard Ryer, on February 14, 2012, said:
Greetings Foguete, Thanks for the visit and comment. It was VERY hot inside the statue. Cheers, Rich
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Photo taken in Japan, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kamakura, Hase, ４丁目
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