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Part 2: Kamakura, Gokurakuji and Enoshima - 01-30-2011, 10:21 PM

Picture 1 - Entrance to Sasuke Inari Jinja, Kamakura
Picture 2 - Me Walking Through the Gates
Picture 3 - Looking Back Down Through the Gates
Picture 4 - Statue of a Shrine Guardian
Picture 5 - The Main Structure
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Picture 6 - Shrine Path at Night
Picture 7 - Gokurakuji Station
Picture 8 - Ocean View
Picture 9 - Graveyard
Picture 10 - Graveyard from a Shrine
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Picture 11 - Enoshima Island
Picture 12 - The Bridge from the Island
Picture 13 - Enoshima Lighthouse with Lights
Picture 14 - Mt Fuji from Enoshima Bridge
Picture 15 - View from Enoshima Island

And that's it for my Kamakura, Gokurakuji and Enoshima highlight pictures, hope you enjoy them!
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01-31-2011, 10:53 PM

For my next trip in July I plan to take a D-SLR camera so I can capture more professional shots.
I've studied photography for 2 years now so hopefully I'll be able to get my shots more artistic too. I'll share these shots with all at JF in around August time when I return home.
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Nice shot of Mt Fuji

Kinda bad karma with shooting the Shinto Shrines directly but whatever
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Great Buddha of Kamakura - 04-26-2011, 11:29 AM

Link for Picture of Daibutsu, the Great Buddha, of Kamakura, Japan

Kamakura Daibutsu (Great Buddha) - Japan

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That's the one thing I regret,I never saw a beach there.
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Nice shot of Mt Fuji

Kinda bad karma with shooting the Shinto Shrines directly but whatever
Thanks

And really? I never realised. I'm sure the Karma that comes to me is worth having a nice shot of my favourite shrine. :P

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That's the one thing I regret,I never saw a beach there.
Hmmm, the beach at Kamakura wasn't *that* great as far as beaches go. Beaches in South East Asia are much, much nicer. The sea isn't too clean near the Kamakura area, and there's a bit of a fishy smell going on. It's nice to walk around the sand there, but not the best for swimming or sunbathing.
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That shot of the city through the temple gates is amazing.
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That shot of the city through the temple gates is amazing.
Thank you!
That area is such a lovely place to photograph... I don't think it's possible to take a bad picture there!
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