Colored leaves in Nara 1: Muro-ji temple


from the temple gate to the stairs

I visited Muro-ji Temple, Hase-dera Temple, Tanzan-jinja Shrine on November 16 or 17, 2013.

I introduce two Buddhist temples, a Shinto shrine and the colored leaves of the mountain in three parts.

I introduce Muro-ji temple of Nara today.

 

Silent mountains and woods had surrounded the temple.

Moon had glittered in a night sky.

Autumnal leaves had come to the front by lighting.

There were thrilling beauties.

When I had been going up stairs, my body warmed up, and the chill was comfortable.

 

 

2013年11月16、17日、室生寺、長谷寺、談山神社を訪れました。

3回に分けて、寺社仏閣と山の紅葉を紹介します

今日は奈良県宇陀市にある室生寺を紹介します。

 

深閑とした山と森に囲まれた寺、

夜空に冴える月、

ライトに照らし出される紅葉、

息を呑む美しさがそこにはありました。

階段を上がっていると体が暖まり、冷気が心地よかった。

 

If I cross the bridge, I arrive at the Muro-ji temple immediately.

If I cross the bridge, I arrive at the Muro-ji temple immediately.

If I cross the bridge, I arrive at the Muro-ji temple immediately.

< If I cross the bridge, I arrive at the Muro-ji temple immediately. >

 

 from the temple gate to the stairs

from the temple gate to the stairs

from the temple gate to the stairs

from the temple gate to the stairs

from the temple gate to the stairs

< from the temple gate to the stairs >

 

 five-story tower 

< five-story tower >

The night illumination just began at this day.

The pick-up bus bound for the temple went from hotel ”美榛苑” at where we had stayed.

The peak of autumnal leaves seems to be one week later.

 

ちょうどこの日から、ライトアップが始まりました。

宿泊した美榛苑から送迎バスが出ていました。

紅葉の盛りは、1週間後のようです。

写真撮影は三脚持参で。

 

 

 

 

 

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10 thoughts on “Colored leaves in Nara 1: Muro-ji temple

  1. Gorgeous pictures! I love how you took them at night, the leaves seem to glow in the dark.

    • ありがとう。たまたま宿泊したら、送迎バスがあり、乗り込んだら素敵な景色を見ることが出来ました。

    • I concur. The pictures are marvelous? Makes the statue of demon look especially dangerous. What is it suppose to represent?

      • The picture like demon is Buddhist God “ NIOU”.
        This God is standing with a scary expression at the gate to protect the temple.

  2. こんばんは(*^_^*)
    ライトアップでなお紅葉が引き立ちます。
    お月さまと紅葉の画像にぐっときました。

    • ありがとうございます。紅葉の盛りには早かったかのですが、夜景の紅葉は始めてだったので、良い経験をしました。

  3. 写真きれいですねー!夜景はやはり三脚必須でしょうかね。

    • 私は三脚を持っていなかったのですが、現地では三脚を持った沢山のカメラマンがいました。私の場合は、カメラに連射の合成機能があり、何とか写すことが出来ました。

  4. Looks like NIOU has been doing a good job.

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