Autumn in Japan ・日本の秋 — through the years.
A few years ago I posted an extensive, personal Autumn in Japan photo essay, updated here and there. Instead of updating that piece again, I’m just sharing a few newly-found, but certainly not “new,” autumn photos taken over the years (from 1984 and 2003). I’ve taken more recent ones, in more recent autumns in Japan, but I thought these would suffice for this year. I may update if or when I run across more share-worthy photos.
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Eikan-do (see photo immediately above) is one of my favorite temples in Kyoto. I highly recommend checking out Eikan-do’s website. In May 2008 one of the head priests granted a group I was guiding an hour-long audience to discuss Eikan-do and some of the basic tenets of Buddhist theology and philosophy. Disclosure: I had a hand in editing one of Eikan-do’s web pages.
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One, more recent, additional photo: