Yes, I know, this is a clichè of the Fushimi Inari Taisha. Surely you saw a zillion of shots like this (and probably, in spite of other photographers who gained a lot of visibility with this material, I’ll remain in the shadows). But this magical place wanted to be photographed, and who am I to deny such a gentle request? The paths of torii barely lighted by tiny lanterns, in the darkness of the night, is a mesmerizing view and there is no shot than can recreate the atmosphere and the sensations felt being there. Anyway I hope that you will enjoy this little corner of paradise.
I took this shot with my widest lens, the Pentax smc DA 15mm F4 ED AL Limited, keeping the aperture value to its sweet spot and setting the ISO value to the lowest level, to obtain the highest possible level of details.
EXIF: Pentax K-5 + smc DA 15mm F4 ED AL Limited – 15mm – 25s – f/8 – ISO100