My Sunday Photo – Kyoto Imperial Palace (Japan Flashback)

I’ve been trying to shake a cold for a couple of weeks, so I haven’t been out and about with the camera. It’s a shame really, because these late-Autumn Sydney days have been pretty stunning! No  doubt I’ve missed a good sunrise or two, but sleep is more important at the moment. We are heading back to Japan again for My Sunday Photo (I have a near-endless supply of Japan photos!). This time to the Kyoto Imperial Palace!

 

 I touched a little on the history of the Kyoto Imperial Palace in my post about fire. Essentially (like everything else in Kyoto) it has burnt down several times. Nevertheless, it was an amazing place to tour and I’m thrilled we had the chance to look around. The buildings were interesting, but my favourite part was the gardens. I could have spent days relaxing beside the ponds and exploring all the hidden pathways.

 

Kyoto Imperial Palace

 


Kyoto Imperial Palace


Kyoto Imperial Palace


Kyoto Imperial Palace gardens


Kyoto Imperial Palace gardens


Kyoto Imperial Palace gardens

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9 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo – Kyoto Imperial Palace (Japan Flashback)

  • May 27, 2018 at 6:46 pm
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    Hi James, it sounds as if that cold of yours is a lingerer, charge it rent!… Visiting Japan must have been an experience. I love the bottom photo, it looks so tranquil and unreal.

    xx

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  • May 27, 2018 at 6:51 pm
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    Hi James, I’m not sure whether my comment posted as I seem to have lost it… I hope that cold clears soon, it’s outstayed its welcome!… I love that last photo, it looks so perfectly peaceful.

    xx
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  • May 27, 2018 at 9:01 pm
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    I do love photos of Japanese gardens with a curving bridge over water

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  • May 28, 2018 at 7:49 am
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    The trees are so lush and I’d have a zillion photos of Japan if I ever went there. I thought the fall was just starting by you., want to trade places, (;

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  • May 28, 2018 at 7:51 am
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    I would worry about not having the right charger or running out of SD cards or something, but I bet they’re pretty camera friendly over there. Your photos scream tranquility or is that a contradiction?

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