Thursday, 31 March 2016

ZEN details

Jardin Japonais de Monaco


In the Japanese garden, one can find the key to the soul of its people. From the carefully washed and swept path of the tea garden, to the veiled view of a pine tree glimpsed through the opening in a sleeve fence, the psyche of this ancient culture reveals itself.

Zen Garden




Violet water iris


      shishi odoshi  ししおどし



       shishi odoshi  ししおどし


 Kaday Yukimi Lantern



 Pagoda lantern  


 Geisha 芸者






  Kaday Yukimi Lantern


 Koi  







Kaday Yukimi Lantern






 Tea room 



 Tea room



 Tea room



Yellow water iris









 Zenigata fountain



 Kasuga Lantern detail 春日大社



 Kasuga Lantern detail 春日大社




"Water is powerful. It can wash away earth, put out fire, and even destroy iron.
Water can carve its way through stone. And when trapped, water makes a new path".
Memoirs of a Geisha, 1997, Arthur Golden

              




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