Okunoin cementery by Daniel Viñé
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Okunoin cementery

April 12, 2020

Koyasan, a place a little bit away from the most touristic areas where in its temples and sacred areas you can breathe an air of spirituality that has nothing to do with the temples of the big cities.
To get there has to be by a funicular as it is at the top of a mountain and once you get the most remarkable are its temples and the Okunoin Cemetery.
The Okunoin Cemetery is located inside a forest and is the largest in Japan, with an age of 1200 years and contains about 200,000 tombs, almost nothing. You can visit it both during the day and at night. When you enter it and the night comes, the cemetery becomes magical in nature.
With this photo I wish you a good Sunday and that we all continue in our homes!

SONY ILCE-7RM3
16mm · f/4.0 · 13s · ISO 400
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17 Comments

jabi sanz's picture

Vaya maravilla, todo lo que tendrás por ahi guardado

Jose Luis Llano's picture

Preciosa Dani! Vaya joyas que te has traido socio!

carlos gonzalez's picture

flipante tio

Hanaa Turkistani's picture

gorgeous scene

Sergio Saavedra's picture

Pura magia tio!

Pablo Ruiz Garcia's picture

que buena Dani!

Rubén Vela Martín's picture

Esta foto me tiene loco Dani!

Daniel Viñé's picture

Gracias Ruben!!! Una pasada ese cementerio tio!

Jacin Fernández's picture

Una pasada compañeroo

Alberto Moreno's picture

Buah tío, que guapo el ambiente me encanta

Daniel Viñé's picture

Gracias compi !!! Se sale ese lugar!!!

Efren Yanes's picture

Impresionante Dani!

SANDEEP MATHUR's picture

Stunning !

Deleted Account's picture

Preciosa Daniel!!

David Martin Castan's picture

Que guapa, me encanta

Eneko Guerra's picture

Tiene un toque muy chulo tio! Vaya que si te cundió el viaje...