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Posted by Stu (From Scotland | Working in Kyoto, Japan) on 14 February 2014 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

Hodo-ji (宝幢寺) is a small local temple in the north-east of Kyoto. While not a any tourist map, the maple here do offer nice colours to the visitors in autumn. A few jizo (地蔵) statues with funny poses can also be found here and there on the premises. Other images from Hodo-ji can be found here and here.

Fujifilm X100S 1/110 second F/2.0 ISO 400 23 mm

x100s | fall | leaves | temple | hōdō-ji | 宝幢寺 | path | maple

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