A new post has been long overdue, and was indeed in the pipeline. Very charming and springlike it was too, all kittens and snowdrops. However the dreadful events in Japan have driven it from its place. There’s little useful to be done here save raise money, so to that end I’m offering a selection of signed prints from my Gardens of Japan series. Each print is A4 and is priced at £20 inclusive of VAT and UK postage. £15 of this will go directly to the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal (or make a donation directly if you don’t want a print). If you’re ordering from outside the UK, I would appreciate it if you could add £2 to cover international airmail. Full details of how to order and pay are here on my website at www.alexramsayphotography.net.

Cherry blossom at the Heian Shrine, Kyoto

Plum blossom at Kairaku-en, Mito

A carpet of moss at Saiho-ji Temple, Kyoto

Kinkaku-ji, Kyoto, also known as the Golden Pavilion

A 'tsukubai' at Hosen-in Temple, Ohara

Hosen-in Temple, Ohara

Nanzen-ji, Kyoto

Ryoanji Temple, Kyoto

Heron and cherry blossom, Kyoto

Lotus seed-heads and cherry blossom, Tenryu-ji Temple, Kyoto

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