Of glory? Sorry couldn’t resist a Lady Gaga reference. Moving on, here’s my interpretation of Edge. Photo taken at Mount Nokogiri (Japan). Have a wonderful day ahead. Advertisements
In response to this week’s theme Pure, “Pure” can convey wholesomeness, something undiluted, or simplicity. The Daily Post Photo was taken in Nagano (Japan) earlier this year. It is a mountainous, landlocked prefecture in the centre of Honshu, belonging to the Chubu Region. Most famous for the Zenkoji temple and snow monkeys. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
In response to this week’s beautiful theme Earth. Another photo from Aokigahara, (famously) known as Suicide Forest. If you have some time, read more about its history here. Till next time.
Happy Greenery Day! Also known as Midori No Hi. Today is centred on nature and showing appreciation for its blessings, but also has a pretty cool history behind it, Originally this day was celebrated on April 29th, the birthday of Emperor Hirohito (or Emperor Showa) who died in 1989. After his death, the holiday was transformed into a more national celebration of nature and in 2007 was given its current date of May 4. Greenery Day was established to honour the Emperor’s love for nature, and Japanese people take this day very seriously. Hirohito was a vastly popular leader and was also the author of approximately 14 books on biology. He was the first “human” emperor of Japan, ending the belief that emperors were divine beings. Source, Planet Tokyo Things to do: Visit a tea room and sample some of the BEST green tea in celebration of all things green. Tokyo tower is one of the most popular places to visit. The tower is lit up with bright colours to represent flows and natural beauty associated …
My interpretation of Abstract. Photo taken in Aokigahara (青木ヶ原), most commonly known as Suicide Forest. Lots of history behind the name, so definitely have a read when you get a minute… here. See you next week.
My interpretation of this week’s theme Harmony Photo was taken in Edinburgh, every time I look at it makes me feel quite calm, or in this case harmonious. Have a lovely day ahead!