hagakure

Hagakure is the name of an 18th-century book about bushido (samurai philosophy) but it literally means “hidden by leaves” or “hidden leaves”.

Both images are from my trip to Japan in Nov 2018.

This image was created for the Sinful Sunday theme for March (“double exposure”) at which time, unusually, I came up with more than one image that I liked. You can see my first choice here.

Sinful Sunday: It’s all about the image.

badge Sinful Sunday

11 thoughts on “hagakure

    1. Thank you. The interior photo is rather stark on its own (not that that will stop me from posting others from this shoot), so I like the feel that the foliage gives.

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