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The Koraku-en garden in Okayama, Japan, (begun in 1687) is one of Japan's most famous gardens, very large, and located in the town of Okayama (near the castle) between the cities of Osaka and Hiroshima.

One of the thrills always present in a Japanese garden is crossing water on a bridge without railings, or on stepping stones. The bridge always has a jog in the middle, and the stepping stones are rarely straight across. It's a kid's thrill, and it brings out the child in us. One must pay attention to one's footing, and that distraction gives the garden designer the chance to change the scene once you look up again. Japanese gardens are artful in so many ways.

That little stone with string wrapped around it means: "Please don't walk past this point."

Your purchased image will be printed by me, with archival inks on 8.5" x 11" acid-free, matte paper with white borders, and will fit into a standard 8.5" x 11" document frame--no need for mats.

This image is also available on these (43# presentation bond) paper sizes with approximately 2.5" (6cm) borders to protect the image edges: 18" x 27" (46cm x 68cm), 20" x 30" (51cm x 76cm), 24" x 36" (61cm x 91cm). Please email me for prices and shipping costs.

Copyright is owned by Ted Scott * Therefore, buyers may not reproduce the purchased photograph in any way. (The logo will not appear on your purchased print.)

Steppingstones (Photography)


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