Quiet Little Corner of the World by Mel Sinclair

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Taken in Kyoto, Japan.

It was a chilly autumn’s morning at the Golden Pavillion, (Kinkaku-ji) the Autumn colours creating a sensory overload. It was stunning.

Now Published in Gaia, the Living Planet, page 10 :D
(thanks so much redbubble!!!)


garden, golden, japan, kyoto, lake, pavillion, tree, water

I try to spend my life finding the simple, beautiful moments happening all around us. As a Creative Photographer, I like to interpret what my camera captures, and turn it into a dreamscape for all to appreciate.

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  • Michelle Boyer
    Michelle Boyerover 6 years ago


  • Mel Sinclair
    Mel Sinclairover 6 years ago

    Thanks, I love it heaps too, I find it very calming.

  • Rick Lawler
    Rick Lawlerover 6 years ago

    Very colorful and peaceful.

  • I printed this out on a 12″ × 18″ format, it still looks great, and its so beautiful sitting on my wall

    – Mel Sinclair

  • Irma
    Irmaover 6 years ago

    if only i could create a landscape like this in my backyard.
    Pure Zen!

  • Mel Sinclair
    Mel Sinclairover 6 years ago

    I only wish i had taken more photos of the area

  • Burchett
    Burchettover 6 years ago


  • Stephen Colquitt
    Stephen Colquittover 6 years ago

    Lovely shot. I love the Autumn colours in Kyoto.

  • Camerashy
    Camerashyover 6 years ago

    This image is stunning & has gone into my favourites

  • Thanks for your kind words :)

    I only wish i could have ventured off the beaten track to get some more of this lovely little corner

    – Mel Sinclair

  • Curtiss Simpson
    Curtiss Simpsonover 6 years ago

    Beautiful love it !

  • myoriginalsin
    myoriginalsinover 6 years ago


  • After this image, I recommend going to Japan in autumn!
    thanks for the comment :)

    – Mel Sinclair

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