Thursday, January 18, 2007

Flowing water never turns to ice: at Ohara Sanzen-in

Ohara Sanzen-in, Kyoto sightseeing
Ohara Sanzen-in, Kyoto sightseeing
These are shot at the same place in summer and winter. The water for washing hands is falling down all the year because it may be spring water.
Location by Google Map


At 1/18/2007 6:05 PM, Blogger Andreea said...

so nice. interesting contrast

At 1/18/2007 9:46 PM, Anonymous walter said...

How come the water doesn't freeze on the top photo?

At 1/19/2007 5:40 PM, Blogger Keropok Man said...

can you drink the water?

At 1/20/2007 1:58 AM, Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

How far is Kyoto from Tokyo? Is Tokyo getting snow too?

At 1/20/2007 3:19 AM, Blogger macky said...

Thank you for the comments.
walter: The water does not freeze because the water is flowing all the year. Plus, it come from the earth and a little warmer than air temperature.
keropok:Unfortunately, we cannot drink because it is a spring water. We use it just for washing hand.
ming: It takes 2 hours from Tokyo to Kyoto by express, Shinkansen. Tokyo has little snow through the year. This temple is the outskirt of the middle of the Kyoto city and rather colder than the center of Kyoto.


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