image Today’s Disney photo: A setting sun’s rays on the torii gate

I’m revisiting some of our 2016 trips to Walt Disney World, and here’s a really neat one I neglected to post last year. It is of the torii gate across from the entrance to the Japan Pavilion at EPCOT. I got this shot Feb. 5, 2016, while we were on a multi-day trip. As I noted in an earlier photo, a torii gate is a traditional entrance to a sacred place. This photo is highlighted by the setting sun and the bonsai-shaped bush and decorative light fixture.

I’m revisiting some of our 2016 trips to Walt Disney World, and here’s a really neat one I neglected to post last year. It is of the torii gate across from the entrance to the Japan Pavilion at EPCOT. I got this shot Feb. 5, 2016, while we were on a multi-day trip. As I noted in an earlier photo, a torii gate is a traditional entrance to a sacred place. Click here for an explanation from Wiki. This photo is highlighted by the setting sun and the bonsai-shaped bush and decorative light fixture. Click here for my other photos of the torii gate.

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