Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/09/11

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Subject: [Leica] Nippon Days: #7/#8
From: dlr at (Daniel Ridings)
Date: Tue Sep 11 23:49:13 2007
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Jerry Lehrer wrote:
> Richard,
> I really enjoy seeing those pictures of Japan.  I spent many months 
> there and cannot see enough.

I lived there for 10+ years (formative years) and for me, they just 
bring back the pain of saying good-bye to friends you thought you'd 
never see again.

Now ... for a really childish tour with a 16-year-old-kid with a Mamiya 
220 ...


> Richard wrote:
>> Do people like this series or are they too tripe?
>> The *entrance gate* to the Kiyomizudera (Clear Water) Buddhist temple 
>> complex in Kyoto. Wait til you see the main buildings :-)
>> One of the many lanterns in Nikkou Toshogu Shrine. This is so old that 
>> ferns and whatnots are growing on top. Note the Tokugawa 3 hollyhock 
>> leave  crests.

Replies: Reply from Jim at (Jim Hemenway) ([Leica] Nippon Days: #7/#8)
Reply from richard-lists at (Richard) ([Leica] Nippon Days: #7/#8)
In reply to: Message from richard-lists at (Richard) ([Leica] Nippon Days: #5, #6)
Message from richard-lists at (Richard) ([Leica] Nippon Days: #7/#8)
Message from glehrer at (Jerry Lehrer) ([Leica] Nippon Days: #7/#8)