Intricate wood finishing competes with (and completes) a beautiful roof line at this Shinto Shrine, Tokyo.
1 Aug 2013 10:12am
@Soheil: Thank you.
A beautifully framed shot Glenn! I find it very interesting that they have chosen to paint the ends of the beams in white! ;-)
1 Aug 2013 12:52pm
@Eric Cousineau: Thanks Eric. The white painted ends were unique to any other shrines or temples that we saw. Not sure why they were painted this way. Decorative? Maybe.
The details are amazing. Too bad the sky was blown out, but in that light you couldn't control it, I'm sure.
1 Aug 2013 8:17pm
@Judy aka L@dybug: Yes. The sky was one of those "white" overcast skies and it was really hard to control exposures & contrasts.
Expert woodworking and roofing.
3 Aug 2013 7:11pm
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