Hiroaki I (@pia796.photography)

いつかの夕日
子育てになるべく協力しているため、なかなか前のように写真がupできませんが、できる限り撮っていこうと思います。

季節は確実に秋に変わってきましたね。
朝晩の冷えを感じます。
紅葉撮りに行けるかなー



#instagood#sonyalpha7r#sonyalpha#alpha7r#japan#japangram#in_japan#sonycamera#sony#sonya7rii#sony倶楽部#a7r#ソニー#ミラーレス#一眼#camera#photography#写真好きな人と繋がりたい#写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい#写真撮るのが好きな人と繋がりたい#ファインダー越しの私の世界#カメラ男子#お写んぽ#夕日#sunset#桜山八幡宮#鳥居#空#sunsetsky

(@harucountry)

介添奉行
遠野南部流鏑馬において射手奉行(矢を射る人)が放った矢の的を確認し「よう 射たりやー」と叫びながら全力で駆けぬけていく。時に両手を上げるためなかなかのスリルであり迫力があり驚いた。流鏑馬の撮影は初めて。
#遠野#遠野まつり #南部 #流鏑馬 #流鏑馬神事 #全力疾走 #騎馬#人馬一体 #迫力 #shrine #lovers_nippon #lovers_nippon_artistic #instajapan #traditionaljapanese #as_archive #japangram #samurai

Ray (@ray.lunexx)

自然の中の人工物part3
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台風明けの9/18に撮影。
台風の強風に負けず、生き残った秋桜が元気に輝いています(’-’*)♪
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コスモスは白や薄いピンクなど、色によって花言葉が違うそうですよ。
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花言葉「純潔」
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#コスモス #秋 #こういうの好き #自然と人工物 #空 #電柱 #花 #単焦点レンズの世界 #自然 #田舎 #田舎暮らし #田舎の風景 #nature #countrylife #instagood #myheartinshots #flowers #flowerstagram #tv_flowers #japangram #japan_of_insta #japan_daytime_view #loves_japan #light_nikon #skyphoto #sky #nikon #nikon1j5 #写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい #カメラ好きな人と繋がりたい

Angie.L | Traveller (@sundaepeony)

Can't believe it's September now. Seems like fall is right around the corner and it's time to temporarily say goodbye to the beautiful summer greenery.
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三室戶寺、三千院、藤森神社⋯都是京都的繡球花名寺,特別是三室戶寺在夜晚點燈後,可以進到園內森林之中,看看微光中紫藍色的繡球花海,景色十分夢幻~
讓人不禁期待起明年夏天,還能再欣賞到這麼美好的紫陽花🌸

#三室戸寺
#京都

Mark Iandolo (@markiandolo)

Itsukushima Shrine’s grand torii acts as the gateway to Miyajima Island. As Miyajima is a top-three scenic spot in Japan according to the government, the torii is thus the entryway to such natural splendor. And as Miyajima is considered “the island of the gods” to religious practitioners, the torii is then the boundary between the spirit and human worlds.
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At 16 meters tall and 24 meters wide, the torii is impressive enough for a spot so scenic, and the fact that it floats 200 meters offshore during high tide makes it as mystical as the island it guards. And despite its massive size and precarious location, the gate has stood the test of time: it was built in 1875.
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The torii’s vermilion color represents both the spiritual and practical, which makes sense considering its spirit-to-human connection. Painted in a lacquer coat, the color keeps the evil spirits away while protecting the structure itself from corrosion.
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Adding to the aura is the fact that the tide consistently changes. During low tide, the water retreats and visitors can walk right up beside the gate. They’ll strain their necks as they look up at its majesty; they’ll appear almost as ants next to it. Photographers will hurry to capture this striking contrast, and with luck they’ll capture a striking sunset as well. One where wisps of clouds catapult in all directions from behind the gate, where the sky’s colors burn with the same orange intensity as the gate itself.
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Miyajama is one of the most picturesque locations in Japan, and any structure acting as its gate would need to be equally as stunning. The grand torii fits this bill, and if you visit, it’ll be the first thing you see on the ferry ride over and the last thing you see as you depart. Both moments will leave an indelible impact on you that’ll never fade.
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