El Día del Equinoccio de Marzo o Día del Equinoccio de Primavera (Shunbun No Hi, 春分の日), es un día festivo en Japón💮(21 de marzo). Esta fecha, en que el día y la noche tienen la misma duración, supone el final del crudo invierno y el comienzo de la primavera.
Este festivo se instauró en 1948 como día de respeto y admiración hacia la naturaleza, y amor por las cosas vivas.
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Un petit tour au temple Eiheiji dans la préfecture de Fukui, qui malgré le nombre de visite qu'on lui consacre, reste un des temples les plus somptueux du Japon, surtout avec quelques cerisier par-ci par-là.
Osore around the Globe - Lightroom CC presets inspired by Cyberpunk
I have launched the Osore Lightroom Presets for about 4 months ago, what started as an experiment became something much more. I love seeing people sharing their shots via #osore and #osore_series . The presets have been created to encourage you guys to explore your world and make your own perspective of Cyberpunk. We all have anyhow our own perspective of the off-world and I am giving you a foundation with Osore. So I decided to put together a collection of something of the shots I have seen via the hashtags, coming from all around the globe. An amazing beginning so far, thank you! More on the blog.
Article by @aoirostudio
Link: 👉 https://abduzeedo.com/osore-around-globe-lightroom-cc-presets-inspired-cyberpunk
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Shinrin-Yoku • 森林浴
Shinrin-Yoku, literally translated as a “forest bath”, means going deep into the silent woods for meditative and recreational purposes.
One may think that this mind-soothing term was coined by a grey-haired hermit who wanted to condense the lessons learnt from his lifelong ascetic retreat into a single-word advice.
Well, in reality, the word Shinrin-Yoku is a relatively recent creation of the mundane Japanese Ministry of Agriculture to promote outdoor activities in the forests as a preventive health care and healing for the over-worked people of the Japan’s megacities.
I reckon that if a stroll in the forest qualifies as a “bath” then hiking 60 something kilometres on the Kumano Kodo must equal a multi-day spa experience with bubbling jacuzzis, infinity pools, fluffy robes, expensive smelling candles and a 4-hand hot stone massage. Did I mention the happy ending too?
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Takaya Shrine, Japan 🇯🇵
Takaya Shrine, located on the summit of Inazumiyama, a 407-meter mountain. The shrine gate in front of the prayer hall makes visitors feel like they the skies are theirs, making it the perfect place for the perfect picture.