Matsuyama Castle is the city's landmark. It sits 132 meters high, on top of Katsuyama Hill, in the center of the city. It was constructed from 1602 to 1627 by a famous samurai, Yoshiaki Katoh. It is known as one of three multi-wing castles, situated on a flat-top mountain and attracts a lot of people.
Important cultural property (national cultural asset), the main castle building of Matsuyama Castle
The main castle building of Matsuyama Castle is a three-story building with a basement housing. This is one of the newest main castle buildings in Japan. The construction technique and materials were the best
The small main castle building was built to protect and watch the southern area and the back gate. It is the second most important building with two end tiles in the shape of Shachihoko on the top. The castle is awe-inspiring.
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ChrisJ (118817) 2007-08-29 0:25
I like the strong compositional diagonal. Good sharpness & an expansive view from the terrace of Matsuyama Castle across Shikoku. Excellent sharpness. I like the small, blue, cone-shaped mountain on the horizon, which adds depth. Tfs!
jhm (160851) 2007-08-29 10:46
I like your panorama view, you did excellent the lovely building to the right and beneath the view about the city, there between the green forest, this give a nice compostion.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a nice day,
berek (50508) 2007-09-05 23:19
have a good holiday my friend. lovely mystic place. good composition and details. best wishes.
Stepan (27210) 2007-09-08 0:20
Interesting pov, frame and off-centering choice.
It's very well composed to enjoy the place and the view.
coco (30439) 2007-09-14 2:57
Maybe you could play with the exposure and you would have a more expressive landscape.
Anyway, good composition and nice panoramic view.
- Copyright: Dan Leung (Kenny10pin) (19301)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2007-08-14
- Categories: Castles
- Camera: Sony DSC R1, CF Hitatchi 6GB
- Exposure: f/7.1, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2007-08-27 7:31