Photographer's Note

This is a very small part of a larger garden, which belongs to the temple Nakain (built in 828 AD). This edifice possesses one of the most well cared for Japanese gardens in the area. I personally like this part of the garden, where the garden is no longer designed by human input as a main source of inspiration. But what we do is to prepare a stage upon which nature could unfold its own design with its own natural elements. The garden is no longer supplied with any of the more known ingredients such as stones, trees, water, or stone lanterns. In its ultimate stage, this type of garden is merely an open space with a refined raked surface. When I was there last time the garden was in motion with shadows and falling leaves. Its design was a part of ever changing evolution of the will of the nature.

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Additional Photos by Nobu Nobudy (nobuikehonda) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 838 W: 66 N: 1256] (3848)
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