Whistling Jizo

Happy statue

The Jizo had a casual attitude

Shot at Zojo-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Shiba, Tokyo. Many Jizo statues were placed in a corner of the precinct. All of them were wearing a knit cap. And the windmills were also placed in front of them. When the wind blew, the windmills started to rotate altogether.

The face of Jizo in the right hand in this photo closed its eyes. And it seemed to be happy while it was singing a tune or whistling. It could be comfortable to be blown in a gentle breeze.

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Information of this photo

Photo No.
686
Shooting Date
Nov 2006
Posted On
January 19, 2007
Place
Shiba, Tokyo
Genre
Still Life Photography
Archive
JAN 2007 STILL LIFE TOKYO
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
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