Kyoto l Gion Festival

My thoughts as I pressed today.

While change is the only constant, some remain the same. Like Gion Matsuri (祇園祭), the festival of Yasaka Shrine, which dates back to 869.

Was happy to be at the most famous festival in Japan when in Kyoto in July. In spite of the torrid rain, no thanks to the passing typhoon.

There will always be a silver lining. If you see change as positive, it is and will be.

Note to self: Did not managed to press weekly in the past 2 weeks. Got to try harder!

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About cyndichan

Write for a living. Live for travel, run and art. Just back from chasing the cherry blossoms in Tokyo!
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