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By Mirei Shigemori

Fukuchi-in 1973, Koya-san
Stone Garden by MIREI SHIGEMORI

If Shigemori was best known as a landscape designer, an artist in the placement of stones, it is worth noting that his accomplishments extended to being a scholar and practitioner of painting, the tea ceremony and ikebana. His fascination with contemporary Western art may have underlined some of the more daring innovations he made during his long career.
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33 comments

Boro said:

Superbe **********
6 days ago ( translate )

Claudine Gaulier-Den… said:

MAGNIFIQUE
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Edward Bowthorpe said:

Brilliant photograph,eddie,xx
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Jaap van 't Veen said:

Excellent work Annemarie.
6 days ago ( translate )

Ulrich John said:

Nice to see your pictures again, Annemarie ! Have a great week ahead !
6 days ago

Malik Raoulda said:

Grande fascination ******
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Karp Panta said:

Excelente !!!
6 days ago ( translate )

Hélène chevillard said:

Superbe
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Keith Burton said:

Tranquility..!! Very nicely captured.
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cammino said:

Beautiful!
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Hélène Lombard said:

joli pavillon !
5 days ago ( translate )

Jean said:

Dramatic shapes.
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Fritz Gessler said:

fantastic
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H C said:

Beautiful stones and artwork.
5 days ago

Larry Drummond said:

Certainly very striking.
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