The golden hour, made perfect with a rainbow.
“Nothing in this universe is accidental, not even creation. If it were, the whole universe would be chaotic. But the inherent order in nature and its extraordinary beauty indicate that behind the workings of the universe are an expansive heart and an intellectual power that the human mind can never fathom.” – source
Polka dots, mirrors, polka dots, mirrors.
It’s amazing how she can say so much while repeating so much.
So begins the Kyoto 2017 Trip Chronicles.
Day 1 in Kyoto – we headed out early in the morning (as early as we could manage, given that we had just checked into our Airbnb at 12 midnight) to the famous Fushimi Inari shrine and found ourselves in the midst of tons of school children (on a Sunday morning!).
Apart from the famous and iconic orange tori gates which we managed to get some people-less shots of, there were other interesting sights on the way up and down Mt Inari too.
Administrative errands to run on Admin Day allowed me the pleasure of taking some morning shots of the city 🙂 Relished every moment of it.
The vibes that made us feel we could have been in a different country.
Thanks to the brother for the cheap/free tickets!
We’re not landscape or horticulture experts, but we at least know good layouts and well-designed spaces when we see them, so… there was some enjoyment in that 🙂
My first visit to the Barracks. Loved it.