Steps to Nowhere (Japan)

Temple Entry, Japan photo via amy. Hard to believe the same nation that perpetuated the rape of Nanking and the Bataan Death March, also gives us rock gardens and some of the most beautiful and tranquil places on earth.

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“One truth remains clear through the doubts and the questions, whether sinful or sanctified, virtue or vice: While the past may belong to the Buddhists and Christians, the future belongs to the Buddhas and Christs.

My part of space.

HD Photos, Animals, Birds, Drawings and Paintings

Ayame by Hitoshi Kobayashi

Ayame by Hiroshi Kobayashi

Милые иллюстрации

A springtime nap in the garden.

Geiko in Gion Kyoto (祇園甲部). (The  Inoue School 井上流)

°jpn° "Makiko with Fan." Makiko poses with a fan and you can just make out the crest of the Inoue School in the center of the fan.

Herons, lotus - by Chao ShaoAng (1905 - 1998), China. Lingnan School.

Herons, lotus - by Chao ShaoAng

Great Blue Heron | by KevinChildress

Grey herons are very impressive when they take-off and and swish past you, a huge poweful bird, a perfect fisher

Jizo statue at Sanzen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan.  Photography by Kenny on Ganref

Jizo statue - Sanzen-in temple, Kyoto, Japan 三千院 ·«ǂ

水月観音

Li Chen Sculpture 1992 - 1997 Appreciation of Early Period: The Beauty of Emptine

By Lingnan master, Gao Qi-feng 高奇峰 1889~1933

By Lingnan master, Gao Qi-feng 高奇峰

如法祥雲 (Guanyin on Peaceful Cloud ) - @2013 JEN NENG HSIAO COPYRIGHTS

如法祥雲 (Guanyin on Peaceful Cloud ) - @2013 JEN NENG HSIAO COPYRIGHTS

randombeautysls: karl martens

Fifty shades of Gris / Gray Heron - we pass one of these on our way to work most mornings. My honey honey always stops because he knows how much I love to watch the heron.

In Japanese mythology, Izanami-no-Mikoto, meaning "she who invites" is a Goddess of both Creation and Death, as well as the former wife of the God Izanagi-no-Mikoto. She is also referred to as Izanami-no-kami. In Her story, Izanagi-no-Mikoto lamented the death of Izanami-no-Mikoto and undertook a journey to Yomi ("the shadowy land of the dead"). The story is wonderful, look it up!

In Japanese mythology, Izanami-no-Mikoto, meaning "she who invites" is a Goddess of both Creation and Death, as well as the former wife of the God Izanagi-no-Mikoto. She is also referred to as Izanami-no-kami.

子問老師作品- 作品名稱:33觀音-映慈 實際尺寸:L35xH53(cm) 創作理念: 因其法相為坐姿於水面月輪之上,遙望眼下水面的月光倒影,猶如水中觀月,月代表著沉靜、柔和之美,「心之淨化、水難守護」。 造型:觀音被月輪之光圈包圍的圓滿充盈,衣襟落於平靜水面之上泛起了漣漪,如一面明鏡,望之讓人觀心自照、心靜如水一般,呈現出作品柔順平和、慈善之美的延續,故名"映慈"。

子問老師作品- 作品名稱:33觀音-映慈 實際尺寸:L35xH53(cm) 創作理念: 因其法相為坐姿於水面月輪之上,遙望眼下水面的月光倒影,猶如水中觀月,月代表著沉靜、柔和之美,「心之淨化、水難守護」。 造型:觀音被月輪之光圈包圍的圓滿充盈,衣襟落於平靜水面之上泛起了漣漪,如一面明鏡,望之讓人觀心自照、心靜如水一般,呈現出作品柔順平和、慈善之美的延續,故名"映慈"。

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