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[Topic Unique] Images drôles et insolites (N°7) - La chambre des Liens (page 5)

【F】木の幹が室内空間になってるなんてすごい!住みたい!

【F】木の幹が室内空間になってるなんてすごい!住みたい!

images buddha in gardens | , Honshu, Japan --- A Buddhist monk meditate beside a Zen rock garden ...

images buddha in gardens | , Honshu, Japan --- A Buddhist monk meditate beside a Zen rock garden ...

Garden of the imagination: "Karesansui, or 'dry gardens,' are quiet works of landscape art. Rocks, gravel, sand, and moss are arranged to represent mountains, rivers, and islands.... In a Zen garden the sand is raked in waves and circles to suggest the movement and ripples of water." Caption from link (Image 2 of 4)

Garden of the imagination: "Karesansui, or 'dry gardens,' are quiet works of landscape art. Rocks, gravel, sand, and moss are arranged to represent mountains, rivers, and islands.... In a Zen garden the sand is raked in waves and circles to suggest the movement and ripples of water." Caption from link (Image 2 of 4)

Japanese Gardens - Natural Landscaping, Gardening, and Landscape Design in the Catskills and Hudson Valley including Ulster County, Ellenville, New Paltz, Kingston, and Woodstock

Japanese Gardens - Natural Landscaping, Gardening, and Landscape Design in the Catskills and Hudson Valley including Ulster County, Ellenville, New Paltz, Kingston, and Woodstock

The Kinkaku-ji Temple in northern Higashiyama is one you really should check out in Kyoto. While it's not actually silver it's even more beautiful as it is with it's unique design. Plus we can thank this temple for the evolution of some beautiful Japanese arts including ikebana and the tea ceremony | 2 Aussie Travellers

Ginkaku-ji

The Kinkaku-ji Temple in northern Higashiyama is one you really should check out in Kyoto. While it's not actually silver it's even more beautiful as it is with it's unique design. Plus we can thank this temple for the evolution of some beautiful Japanese arts including ikebana and the tea ceremony | 2 Aussie Travellers

Katsurarikyu, Japan emperor's garden, Kyoto

Katsurarikyu, Japan emperor's garden, Kyoto