More from the Fushimi Inari Shrine
Endless at least, seemingly so -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 17 mm — 1/160 sec, f/2.8, ISO 400 — map & image datanearby photos
Endless
at least, seemingly so
Hodgepodge -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 48 mm — 1/80 sec, f/2.8, ISO 640 — map & image datanearby photos
Hodgepodge

Here are a few more pics from the early part of my visit to Kyoto's Fushimi Inari Shrine (伏見稲荷大社) with Anthony yesterday....

Arrival -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 17 mm — 1/1000 sec, f/7.1, ISO 200 — map & image datanearby photos
Arrival
Carefully Checking the GPS -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 17 mm — 1/640 sec, f/7.1, ISO 200 — map & image datanearby photos
Carefully Checking the GPS
I Love This Kind of Roof -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 30 mm — 1/320 sec, f/6.3, ISO 200 — map & image datanearby photos
I Love This Kind of Roof

I tend to take pictures of them whenever I see them (all the time), so I'm surprised that they've appeared on my blog only three times in the past, in posts about Arashiyama, Giouji Temple, and Konpukuji Temple (update: and Miyajima).

Part of yesterday's Elaborate Sub-Shrine facing the pretty lake....

Scenic Overlook -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 38 mm — 1/400 sec, f/3.5, ISO 400 — map & image datanearby photos
Scenic Overlook
Rack of Offerings -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 38 mm — 1/200 sec, f/4.5, ISO 400 — map & image datanearby photos
Rack of Offerings

I really liked the rack of gate offerings, as (I think) they made for some great imagery.

The real gates weren't so bad themselves, of course; with paths leading every which way, a fresh perspective was always presenting itself.

Go Straight Then hang a right at the orange gate -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 22 mm — 1/125 sec, f/3.5, ISO 400 — map & image datanearby photos
Go Straight
Then hang a right at the orange gate
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Large Stack of Freshly-Painted Gate Offerings lying – I have no idea why – at the top edge of a small ravine -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 17 mm — 1/20 sec, f/3.5, ISO 640 — map & image datanearby photos
Large Stack of Freshly-Painted Gate Offerings
lying – I have no idea why – at the top edge of a small ravine
Looking Back you see the sides with all the writing (Front to back, the first four were erected in 2004, 1991, 2001, and 1995, respectively) -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 24 mm — 1/30 sec, f/2.8, ISO 640 — map & image datanearby photos
Looking Back
you see the sides with all the writing
(Front to back, the first four were erected in 2004, 1991, 2001, and 1995, respectively)
memories of Fallen Comrades -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 17 mm — 1/50 sec, f/2.8, ISO 640 — map & image datanearby photos
memories of
Fallen Comrades
Yes, I See It Too April, 1914 -- Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2008 Jeffrey Eric Francis Friedl, http://regex.info/blog/
Nikon D200 + Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 @ 17 mm — 1/30 sec, f/2.8, ISO 640 — map & image datanearby photos
Yes, I See It Too
April, 1914

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