25 October 2015 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image

Though many people imagine that the giant mound within Ginkakuji Garden is meant to suggest Mt Fuji, it is in fact called the "Moon Viewing Platform". A favorite of mine, though the challenge is that the place is far too famous for its own good, thanks to UNESCO. So photographing it can be a challenge because of the lines of visitors shuffling through the grounds, therefore hard to seize the moment without people in the frame. Canon 5D Mark II.

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John Lander

I'm a photographer in Tokyo, Japan

I am a freelance photographer based near Tokyo, and my specialties include architecture, interiors, portraits, travel; and gardens.

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