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Dragon everywhere #6

Posted by
Hiro (Kyoto, Japan) on 9 March 2012 in Food & Cuisine and Portfolio.

俵屋吉冨 Tawara-ya Yoshitomi is one of the most famous Japanese style confectioneries in Kyoto. They have produced a new cake 龍吟 Ryu-Gin associated with this year's sign, dragon. You can see the dragon's scales above a cloud.

Canon EOS 40D 1/6 second F/5.6 ISO 200 60 mm

Please leave your comments.

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

very nice!

9 Mar 2012 5:38am

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

super compo et iamge ce blanc et rose mangigique cpatage.
belle journée

9 Mar 2012 6:36am

Z from Shanghai, China

An artistic 菓子!

9 Mar 2012 7:38am

Lacroux from Aubergenville, France

Fantastic play with light and great framing for the photographer.
But science also makes great models, especially when it comes to represent infinitely small.
Good day.

9 Mar 2012 7:56am

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

good shot
have a lovely day

9 Mar 2012 9:28am

Mhelene from Paris, France

Great framing . Beautiful !

9 Mar 2012 1:14pm

Riccardo from Rome, Italy

Oishiisou!!!!

9 Mar 2012 2:16pm

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Looks delicious Hiro! Nicely captured! ;-)

9 Mar 2012 7:53pm

Mariana M. from Waterloo, Canada

i guess this is something sweet .. just what I love

9 Mar 2012 11:11pm

Epic Girl from Kalispell, United States

That is a work of art...not sure I would want to eat it. Very Beautifully crafted!

9 Mar 2012 11:25pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

very nice

10 Mar 2012 12:16am

Jason Politte from Conway, AR, United States

Yes, it is indeed the Year of the Dragon, although I don't think the dragon would survive my appetite if I saw this in person. ;-)

10 Mar 2012 6:41am

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Traditional Japanese cakes made in Kyoto are a delight for the eyes and a challenge to photographers! They fare well in magazines (like "Kateigaho International")! But....when it comes to the taste...well, it's a "matter of taste" as they say...

11 Mar 2012 10:48am