Photographer’s Stunning Shots of Gorgeous Mountain Temple Look Straight out Of an Anime

Impressive photographer Iori Takano focuses her camera lens on the striking seasonal scenery and vibrant natural color found across Japan, with a particular focus on shots that show off the sky. Her latest set of photos is garnering praise definitely fits that theme, but is garnering attention for just how much it looks like it was lifted out of a gorgeously created anime.

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For these breathtaking photos, Takano traveled to Wakayama prefecture’s Koyasan, a mountain known for its temples dedicated to Shingon Buddhism. Pictured in them is the head temple of Kongobuji, and Takano’s timing of the photos makes the already gorgeous sight of the temple in falling snow seem out of this world.

































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