When visiting Japan, one often comes across a shrine or two. This shrine, the Fushimi Inari-taisha, is one of Kyoto's most famous shrines. The seemingly never-ending red gates that stretch about 4km, the bright red of the structures with black Kanji engraved on each one inspired me to take this photo. The figures in kimono made this photo an even greater representation of Japanese traditional culture.
|Photo Location:||Kyoto, Japan|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 200D|
|Copyright:||© Amelie Steele|