The Sanmon Gate is a large wooden structure standing near the Hojo Garden and Nanzen-In in the the north east of Kyoto.
On the day I visited it was pouring with rain. A conventional photo was difficult, so I concentrated on aspects of the scene - the wood used to construct the gate, the shapes of the jutting roof edges, and the rain itself. In making the rain a feature of the image I am inflenced by Japanese woodblock prints, especially those of 19th century artist Utagawa Hiroshige.
Kyoto, Japan, Kyoto Temples, Kyoto architecture, Japanese architecture, temples of Kyoto, Japan, Japanese art
Kyoto Sanmon Gate in torrential rain
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