Saturday, October 25, 2008

Buildings and Gardens

The architecture in Japan was very interesting and beautiful. We saw many tile roofs with turned up edges, although not nearly as elaborate as the ones we had seen in China.

This is a tea house in a Japanese Garden.

Pine trees are painstakingly pruned and plucked twice a year to maintain these shapes.

1 comment:

Vivien Zepf said...

The roof lines are beautiful; so are the eaves!