In Kamakura, June means hydrangeas. Thousands of them. And the tourists just eat it up.
One of the most popular spots to take photos is Goryo Jinja, because the always-photogenic Enoden Line train rattles by as it exits the tunnel between Gokuraku-ji and Saka-no-shita.
We dropped by Goryojinja the other day to get a Fukurokuju stamp for our Shichifukujin (Seven Gods of Luck) stamp collection, and took a minute to enjoy the charm of the Enoden train skirting the shrine grounds.
Just what are all these people waiting for, cameras in hand? Continue reading “Photo of the Day: Waiting By the Tracks”