Note cards please! This is fabulous. Love the vibrant color.I don’t know why but this makes me think of a wedding ceremony. But those are at shrines not temples.
Are these hand made, or is there a factory that does these? The intricacy is beautiful ...
What a neat photo! «Louis» really likes geometrical shots like this.
A wonderful object and a very good picture!
A lovely umbrella indeed! Subarashi desu yo!
One can only be glad to own the sense of sight. Please have a nice Tuesday.daily athens
wow! that is just gorgeous.
That looks very beautiful and intricate. Fantastic photograph, and very interesting post.
It's really nice... I learned new thing through your post. :)
This is a beautiful photo (and subject). I love your composition.
If you go to Tamon Temple with a special friend can you still sit under that umbrella? I see that it is called a “no date” umbrella. Right up my alley.
Long ago, we used this as an umbrella.
Thank you all for the comments :-DTall Gary, well I think they are often used in weddings, too! (No-date...good one! haha)Chuck Pefley, yes these are handmade by professional craftsmen!
fiery red! ^0^looks like red lanterns from afar.
What a great shot! I love the color and composition :)
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