In autumn the most scenic view inside the DaigoJi temple complex is around the BentenDo hall.
The small pavilion, raised for the goddess Benzaiten , and the rounded bridge which leads to it are reflected on the pond, together with the many red momiji. A walk that surrounds the entire pond and that widens in some viewpoints allows the many tourists to enjoy this view from various angles.
To capture a wide view of the pond with the many trees, I opted for a multi-shot panorama instead of a single frame with a wide lens: this pano is composed of six partially overlapping shots taken in portrait orientation and then stitched together with Hugin.
You can find the complete article about the DaigoJi temple in autumn at the following link: http://www.phoclab.com/wp/blog/autumn-japan-colors-of-daigoji-temple/