I have a weird thing for taking pics through windows. Especially when the view looks like this. The Yuyuan Garden or “Yu Garden – Garden of Happiness” was built in 1559 in Ancient Shanghai. It is a must see and very easy to get to on Line 10 (just saying).
I don’t have much more of a descriptor than that. Except that I like birds on roofs.
I like this photo mostly because the buildings look like toys I played with when I was five. It was taken while taking the local train last August.
This is one of the many structures of the Buddhist Temple “Kiyomizu-deru” in Kyoto, Japan. The name translates to pure/clear water due to the waterfall nearby. The actual temple is much larger.. and less orange, and receives thousands of tourists a year.