Walking along the paved banks of the Miyagawa river, Takayama, Japan, I noticed this little vignette in the far distance against the river walls. It is a grainy old shot but captures a lovely moment in time.
Takayama is an intriguing small Japanese city, famous for its well-preserved Edo period streets and dark wooden buildings, river walks and a famous annual festival. It is located in the Gifu prefecture and near the Japanese Alps. The local cuisine is also memorable! Added for WordPress photo challenge: Walls
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Beautiful and evocative photo
You’ve travelled so much. Takayama is a hidden gem.