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Kinkaku-ji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion), Kyoto, Japan, Asia

Kinkaku-ji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion), Kyoto, Japan, Asia


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Filename: 848-177.jpg

Size: 5200 x 3460 (15.4MB)

Date: 1st November 2008

Source: WorldInPrint

Credit: Ben Pipe/Robert Harding

City: Kyoto

Country: Japan

© Ben Pipe

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Kinkaku-ji (Temple of the Golden Pavilion), Kyoto, Japan, Asia

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Kinkaku Ji Kyoto Pagoda Sun Light Temple Of The Golden Pavilion Tiered Traditionally Japanese


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This print by Ben Pipe showcases the iconic Kinkaku-ji, also known as the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, located in Kyoto, Japan. The image perfectly captures the essence of this traditional and serene place of worship. The temple's stunning golden exterior glimmers under the warm sunlight, creating a breathtaking reflection on the calm waters surrounding it. Its intricate architectural design with tiered pagodas stands tall amidst a picturesque landscape adorned with lush trees. As one gazes at this idyllic scene, a sense of tranquility washes over them. The combination of nature and spirituality creates an atmosphere that is both peaceful and awe-inspiring. It transports you to another world where time seems to stand still. Kinkaku-ji holds great significance in Japanese culture and is considered a local landmark. This photograph beautifully captures its grandeur without any distractions from tourists or crowds, allowing viewers to appreciate its beauty in solitude. Ben Pipe's photography skillfully portrays not only the physical structure but also conveys the spiritual essence embedded within these walls. With vibrant colors and impeccable composition, this image serves as a window into Japan's rich cultural heritage and invites us to explore its wonders firsthand.

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