Honen-in (ND-59)

From the Autumn Gardens in Kyoto collection.


Honen-In temple was named after the Buddhist monk Honen, and it was originally established as a hut during the early part of the Kamakura period (1185–1333). William simply enjoyed being here, but he especially liked the stone bridge. It is low to the point that you feel you are walking on the water when you cross it. Stopping in the middle of the bridge, you feel crisp and clear air. There are a sense of transparency to it. The different shades of green to yellow and a touch of red add some accents. You can feel a change of season is in the air. 



P1 (24 x 9 in.), P2 (36 x 14 in.), P3 (48 x 20 in.), P4 (60 x 24 in.), P5 (72 x 28 in.), P6 (96 x 38 in.), P7 (120 x 48 in.)


None, UV

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