Kyoto, Japan

Founded in 798 A.D., this temple was built without using a single nail.

We walked up the narrow, winding streets not knowing what to expect. And I found myself wanting to spend the rest of the day there. It’s amazing how peaceful being in a crowd can be…if you find the right crowd.

*These pictures were scanned from film originals, so the quality is less than ideal.

k.h. 2004

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