On the way back down from the top of Mt. Misen we walk over this lovely little bridge with a gentle soothing flow of water beneath.
Whilst the rest of the family continue on down the mountain I had to stop and just enjoy the scenery. And do a little “serious” photography of course.
This was one of the very few times during our trip that I had the opportunity to use the tripod. It’s also one of the few times where I did what I call my “normal” landscape photography. Where I’d take my time and put in the effort to craft a composition and final frame.
The beautiful virgin forests of Mt. Misen, the smooth flowing water and the Kisekikaiseki (rocks of unusual shapes and sizes) all come together in this place.
It’s a place of beauty and serenity. All too soon I had to leave and catch up with my family.