People from various countries are looking at this blog, so I will post some photos of Kyoto-style cafes.
(The main character of the subject is a woman reading a book on the second floor, but she seems to have stiff shoulders and turned to the side. It was impressive that she was reading very seriously.)
Since I came to Kyoto, the amount of communication with various people (Friends, acquaintances, customers and potters) has increased.
It’s an interesting wall.
I walk more than 5km every day (Procurement of equipment, etc.).
And I completely stopped watching TV.
I loved watching the news, but now I only see a little on the internet.
The content of the news is just what was supposed.
I am very fulfilling every day.
I was able to see the snowy scenery of a quiet temple.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our customers for their purchase.
I hope that the world will return to normal next year as soon as possible.
Best wishes and regards,
Bizen Gallery Aoyama
The bird flew and I reacted, but the top of the tower was cut off.
Actually, I went to Toji the day before. But I didn’t have a single-lens reflex camera.
I really wanted to go take a picture before the yellow weeping leaves on the right side fell.
While I was really busy, I walked again and carefully took a number of vertical photos.
When I got home and saw it on my computer, I was shocked.
The tower was tilted in all the photos.
All the pictures of the yellow weeping leaves and the tower were useless.
I am Suttoko Dokkoi…..
In the picture I took without interest, the tower was straight…..
From the picture taken about 2 weeks ago.