Entrance Foyer to the Seifuso Villa in Kyoto
desktop background image of entrance foyer of the Seifuso Villa (清風荘) in Kyoto Japan -- Entrance Foyer bathed in late-afternoon sun at the Seifuso Villa, Kyoto Japan 清風荘(京都市)の玄関 -- Seifuso (清風荘) -- Copyright 2013 Jeffrey Friedl, https://regex.info/blog/ -- This photo is licensed to the public under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ (non-commercial use is freely allowed if proper attribution is given, including a link back to this page on http://regex.info/ when used online)
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Entrance Foyer
bathed in late-afternoon sun
at the Seifuso Villa, Kyoto Japan
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I guess yesterday's A Simple “What am I?” Quiz wasn't as simple as I thought because there have been no correct answers yet. While I give it some more time, above we have a view of the entrance foyer from the same visit that produced the quiz photo.

I've so much to post from yesterday's visit, but I don't know when I'll find time, considering that we're now really starting to get into the fall foliage season in Kyoto. I spent a long photographic today in Arashiyama with Paul Barr and Damien Douxchamps, ending with the most-tasty chicken at Uroko. I've not even had a chance to look at yesterday's photos much, much less today's.

Living in such a photogenic place can be a problem at times, but it's a good problem to have. 🙂

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Wish I was there 😉

— comment by Nicolas on November 23rd, 2013 at 6:24am JST (10 years, 7 months ago) comment permalink
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