Saturday, September 28, 2013

Moments from Matsue

Now that I have returned to my quiet mountain village, I am slowly settling into life in rural Japan, and finding time to appreciate and capture truly beautiful moments here.

This picture was taken on a street in Matsue. 

That day I visited the Matsue castle, some museums, and many historical sites. 
But somehow this house, overtaken by potted plants and vines, struck me as the most beautiful image of the day. 



This is a bit how my life has been lately. 

On the other side fo the world, one of my friends coincidentally described this very phenomenon to me in a recent email:

"It is amazing how your perspective changes when you suspend yourself in a moment of pleasure."

Let beautiful things be beautiful.

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