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    • Andrea Mansour

      Overgrown forest staircase. Don't know where it leads but it looks enchanting...right out of a fairy tale..

    • Rachaelle Langmack

      Abandoned Stairway -These are the ancient burial caves of the Zuiganji Temple in Matsushima. Founded in 828 AD, this Buddhist temple was originally founded in 828 as part of the Tendai sect, and was converted into a Zen temple during the Kamakura Period (1192-1333). Part of the temple was hewn directly into the surrounding cliffs where cremated remains of the deceased were enshrined as was, and still is a tradition of Zen Buddhism.

    • Rachel O'Boyle

      omg - this looks like the path to my "happy place" :)

    • Gabrielle G.

      moss-covered stairs leading up to the meditation caves of Seiryuzan Zuigan-ji Temple in Matsushima, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

    • Debbie Burke

      green path

    • Bohemian Guitars

      This picture is so green! Love all the shrubbery taking over the stairs and anything else in the general area. Great shot of nature! #forest #greenery #plants #trees

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