Monday, January 15, 2007

Vom Wesen des Rhythmus

Murouji Temple, Kyoto sightseeing
This stairs are easy to go up because they has a human-friendly rhythm, unlike the artificial ones in modern architecture. Plus, the edges of these stones turned to be round, tinted by millions of walkers. And, the stairs go well with the natural surroundings.

The passage of the time made the stairs one of the natural elements with the natural rhythm....

at Murouji Temple, in Nara
Location by Google Map

6 Comments:

At 1/15/2007 11:57 PM, Blogger Mimmu said...

And how much the old tree could tell stories of walkers on the stairs, I would like to sit there and listen in piece.
Have a nice week, mackey!

 
At 1/16/2007 1:27 AM, Blogger Frederik De Wachter said...

beautiful. i like the trees!

 
At 1/16/2007 10:33 AM, Blogger Mountainboy said...

Yeah the tree to the right of the shot looks impressive!

 
At 1/16/2007 8:14 PM, Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Peaceful! How long is this stairs?

 
At 1/18/2007 2:45 AM, Blogger macky said...

Thanks for the comments.
I feel better when I go up and down in these stairs, seeing the panoramic view surrounded with rich forest. I think the tree is more than 100 years old. The stairs is not so many and easy to go up.

 
At 1/23/2007 4:44 AM, Blogger The Wellspring said...

This is so pretty - very peaceful looking area.

 

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