10 thoughts on “Japanese Tea House

  1. Luscious colors again! There’s so much atmosphere to this series. The balance in the first photo among foliage, flowers, and wood feels very peaceful and the hint of sky is lovely. l like the warm and cool colors in the second photo, too.

    1. The Tea House was one of the first parts of the garden we visited. It was very peaceful and quiet…the way it is supposed to be. There was a docent dressed in a traditional silk kimono seated inside on the floor who presented a brief narrative to those who took time to listen.

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