Yep, two photo challenge posts back-to-back. I told you I took a lot of pictures in Japan, right? Well, here's another fair warning: there are a lot of pictures in this post. I'll start off with the pictures of the flowers, put some extra ones in there for you all to see a little more of Japan, and then end with the picture of myself with 13
things people. Yes, I changed the things to people because I don't know why I would use just random things to take a picture with. It actually worked out perfectly. There are 13 of us on my side of the family now and we were all present for the picture--some of the children were sleeping, but it worked! Just imagine all of the people walking the background aren't there.
This series of photos is from the day we spent in Kamakura, Japan. We walked around the marketplace and through the town to reach the Hachimangu shrine at the end of the street. Enjoy!
Here are some shots from the main street leading up to the shrine:
And then we reached the shrine:
|Me and my husband with Kamakura in the background|
Myself with 13 people that I love dearly!
This challenge has been so much fun to work on and I'm over halfway through it--14 more from here!