The same parak with previous one but different angle.
As you see, the Sakura usually bloom flower for 6~7 days. Thier life is so short and vain. That is why the full bloom is so beautiful---------.
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daddo (18629) 2011-04-21 5:19
Hi dear Takero. A lovely spring scene where the elegant architecture of the castle is enhanced by the delicate sakura. The spirit of Japan shines through this photo. Regards. Klaudio.
paninho (2931) 2011-04-21 5:34
Plus le temps de faire une visite et laisser tes commentaires avisés...?
En attendant, tu nous montres une des merveilles japonaises magnifiquement cadrée par les arbres fleuris!
J'aime beaucoup les couleurs douces aussi!
eldancer1 (17316) 2011-04-21 6:32
Wow! I've never been to Japan but this is what I imagine the country looks like. Very nice capture of such building sorrounded by beautiful flowers. Great pov and dof. Well done, tfs.
npecanhuk (54207) 2011-04-21 6:57
The architectural details of that building are wonderful!
The framing with the trees and branches and all those flowers is so attractive!
I love it!
TFS - congrats,
holmertz (27198) 2011-04-21 7:41
Same building but an even nicer composition. The building is perfectly surrounded by branches of lovely trees. Very nice.
robmal (1656) 2011-04-21 8:12
Great shot with very interesting architectura and beautiful natural frame, super POV and composition, perfect colours and sharpness, I like it , congratulations.
siudzi (24681) 2011-04-21 12:31
only 6 - 7 days... what a pity! Great spring post with lovely colors and light. POV is very good so you could provide us with a wonderful picture. Thanks for sharing.
Corpus (381) 2011-04-21 14:49
Great composition of this majestic temple completely surrounded by the Sakura in different depth levels of the picture.
lousat (58414) 2011-04-21 15:08
Aaah! This is perfect!! And it's a great beauty! How i like this natural border create by the flowers (finally in a correct exposure) and how is nice the home in the middle.Very artistic work at the top of quality.Thanks for share,have a good night,Luciano
adores (28536) 2011-04-21 16:26
It's really well framed and the flowers really make the place so much different and beautiful!A very nice photo - really Japan!
serp2000 (29612) 2011-04-21 22:43
What so beautiful composition! My congratulations, Takero.
I really like to have this poster on my wall with your signature. Impressive soft colours and good sharpness.
P.S. I continue to watch the sitation in Japan. this is very dramatic news for people from the Fukusima region.
emka (58982) 2011-04-21 23:12
The full bloom of sakura is beautiful, it is a pity it is so short. Incredible that i saw them in washington just in right time. Wonderful composition of a castle in natural framing. Lovely shiot.
UlfE (13740) 2011-04-21 23:51
A wonderful spring secene. The blossoming trees are a perfect natural frame and lead in to the building. Excellent natural colours and very attractive soft lighting. TFS and have a nice day!
sabermonajati (7685) 2011-04-22 7:21
skilful frame you shot.this paysage is tasteful.
saxo042 (31856) 2011-04-22 11:32
Beautiful and very interesting architecture. The flowers are very pretty, right now the cherry trees begin to bloom here in Gothenburg too!
TRB (12391) 2011-04-23 7:04
Merhaba, dear Takero,
Things could not look because of the photos. Very beautiful squares published. Spring arrived, the flowers have opened looks great. Architectural details of the framework and çiçeklerlerden super, excellent image. Congratulations, good weekend
nikkitta (6130) 2011-04-23 16:05
Hola dear Takero
Thaks the way I imagine being in Japan, traditional building mixing with beautiful flowers
Great way you chose as a frame
Greetings and all the best
- Copyright: Takero KAWABATA (bukitgolfb301) (30387)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-04-16
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Canon 1D MKIII, Canon EF 16-35mm F/2.8L-USM, 77 mm CPL
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/160 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Hanami 2011 [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2011-04-21 5:07