I went back to the normal size I used before since it took a long time to load the pictures from my previous post.
Anyway, this is Enkoji, situated in the Shugakuin area. It is near the other famous temples in the area which are Manshu-in and Shisendo. All these temples are famous for their autumn foliage.
I am not really satisfied with my pictures from Enkoji. I was fiddling with my camera settings and managed to screw up some photos in the process. Oh well, trial and error, right? So these are the few pictures I had managed to salvage.
If you look closer, you will notice that the picture is blur. Haha...but the small size hides that fact very well. I had been to Enkoji during my first autumn outing. It was wonderful then and it is still wonderful. It was less packed than the other temples, but however, as I was leaving, a busload of tourists came, so I guess I was wrong.
But like WY said, it was like walking into a postcard.
You can't walk into the gardens but you can admire it from the fringes. It is a small garden but beautiful nonetheless. There are more pictures of Enkoji in my flickr album, so feel free to browse!