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伊勢神宮の風日祈宮橋(かざひのみのみやばし)です。

この橋の奥にある風日祈宮は風の神様をまつる別宮で、かつて日本に襲来した元寇(鎌倉時代)に神風を吹かせた神とされています。
撮影は早朝、朝の光が差し込み始めた頃行いました。川が運んでくる新鮮な風を感じながら、風の神様の姿を想像しつつシャッターを切りました。

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Copyright: 岩森直人
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Upplösning: 6000x3000
Uppladdad: 08/11/2012
Uppdaterad: 10/10/2014
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