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Lungshan Temple - Taiwan

Discussion in 'People' started by dtbh, Jul 5, 2007.

  1. dtbh


    Mar 9, 2006
    I don't know where to post this but since it is mainly about people I have posted them here. Moderator please feel free to move this where you feel appropriate. Thanks!

    The Lungshan (Dragon Mountain) Temple is Taipei's oldest and most popular temple and also is one of Taiwan's premier religious edifices. It was built in 1783 and has since been rebuilt a few times due to the numerous natural disasters and the devastation of war over the centuries. If you ever visit Taiwan this place is a must-visit.

    The temple's architecture is a three-section design in shape. There are the front hall, the rear hall and the right and left dragons protecting the middle hall. The layout is square and serene.

    I took the opportunity to do some PJ work while I was there recently.

    #1 A hive of activity at the front hall. Notice the carved dragon columns.
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    #3 Devotees
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    #4 Praying at the rear hall
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    #5 All red - rear hall
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    #6 Dragons appropriately used everywhere
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    #7 Volunteer at work
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    #8 Good friends...
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    #9 ...helping each other
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  2. Interesting series Banhup. Colors look nice.
  3. Taylor


    May 21, 2007
    Toronto, ON
    Nice series. The travel forum might be more appropriate.
  4. Good shots Banhup, I looked at these with interest.
  5. Beautiful work Banhup.............. outstanding PP and colour in these photographs...............

    The composition is also very, very good!

  6. dtbh


    Mar 9, 2006
    Thanks Roy! I have never spent so much time in a temple before...about 5 hrs. Too bad I forgot my tripod. :redface:

    Thanks Taylor! It was between that forum and this.

    Thank you Gordon! Photojournalistic work can be fun too.
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