An unforgettable snow scene

Since I moved to Kyoto, I have been waiting for heavy snow.I heard that it often snows in Kyoto, but it rarely accumulates.The opportunity came suddenly. As I wrote last time, there was no information about heavy snowfall at the stage of the previous day.
The contrast between the red temple and the white snow is beautiful. And the delicate look of the trees in the mountains is also wonderful. I personally think that pictures like paintings are wonderful, but the pictures I was able to take this time have an atmosphere like ink painting, and I was able to make fine pictures. I was very lucky. Nikon’s old lens has also broken, but it did it’s best and did a good job.

(About the shooting prohibition mark, That means prohibiting group photography at the stairs. As I always say, I want them to think a little about where to put the sign. And I want the photographer to keep the order of shooting.)

An unforgettable snow scene ⅱ

(The time series is posted upside down.)

I don’t think there was a forecast of heavy snow the night before.
It often snows in Kyoto city. However, it does not accumulate.
I happened to stay up until midnight. I noticed the snow in the small garden.
I took a short nap and started walking. The momentum of the snow did not subside, and it piled up steadily. I started shooting from a nearby temple (Kenninji Temple).

Finally, I was able to see this beautiful sunrise at Kiyomizu Temple. I am grateful for all the timings in a really moment. I would like you to take a closer look at the details. It is a very delicate snow scene. Perhaps after this, the snow melted rapidly.

The color of the snow scene changed from moment to moment. Please compare it with the shade of the photo in the next post.

Leaves

The autumn leaves are nearing the end. I like the atmosphere of this time the most.
The economy has improved a little as Japan’s virus infections remain low. The number of customers visiting the gallery from afar for the first time in several years has increased. I am very happy. Thanks to those customers, we have the courage.

Kyoto Gosho