It’s been a few days since our last post, but we’ve got plenty of content lined up for you over this weekend. First up is some photography from us as opposed to our ever-giving community. It was taken in Kamakura, Japan in our recent May visit at Hase Dera Temple.
While the below isn’t what you’d usually associate with us, the shots can still ‘faces’ of the region, even if they’re static and non-living. We mentioned before that there’s something mysterious and amazing about the East and it’s differences in culture, religion and lifestyle.
The same goes for the below – the repetition in these shots make them what they are, we’d seen nothing like it.
What do you think, have you seen anything like the below in the western world?