the dewy path

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Saiho-ji slideshow

Sit back and relax.
Imagine you are walking around the winding paths of the Moss Temple in Kyoto.

It is silent and still.
The air feels thick with peace, calm and contentment.
Autumn leaves glow in the gentle light.
A faint mist shimmers above the water.

Enjoy.

Update March 2007 :- I think that the slideshow (which was hosted free) only lasted a few months. So I will upload a few of the photos that were included in recompense!





10 Comments:

  • Wowza!!

    By Blogger David Barltrop, at 23/9/06 11:14 pm  

  • Marvellous!! The only thing missing was a bit of music. Thanks for that!

    By Blogger Val, at 24/9/06 1:05 pm  

  • Beautiful pictures! How did you make the slideshow? (thwe only way to learn is to teach ;) Sara xxx

    By Blogger Sara, at 25/9/06 7:55 pm  

  • Popcorn ready....
    Right....
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    Wait a minute.
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    There isn't going to BE a sword fight, is there?

    By Blogger David, at 25/9/06 9:21 pm  

  • Oh David, it isnt Kill Bill! Wrong garden. Wrong season. *sigh*

    By Blogger Val, at 25/9/06 9:39 pm  

  • Fantastic Val!!! Lovely.
    Thanks for this idea. I wanted to write about my spiritual path and introduce the place--this method is wonderful. Thanks.

    By Blogger vishwa, at 26/9/06 5:09 am  

  • Enjoyable!
    I really need to make my next trip to Nippon in the Autumn. Lady Zen is on the way there now...

    By Blogger Zen, at 26/9/06 7:54 pm  

  • Val, this is absolutely magnificent, and the whole slide show is a rare and tranquil treat for the soul. Emaho!!!!!

    By Blogger kerrdelune, at 14/10/06 11:59 pm  

  • Oh absolutely wonderful photos of a truly beautiful place Val. Thank you!

    By Blogger Kerri, at 1/12/06 2:21 am  

  • ...a little late, but better than never: I am so glad that you posted these photos, and that I got to see them. I am very grateful, many bows!
    -Pilar

    By Blogger mama p, at 19/4/08 5:29 am  

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