Shot at Enmei-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Nagasaki city.
The statues of Jizo were lined up in the precinct. All of them were wearing a white apron. I didn't know what the aprons meant. Anyway, these aprons made the statues like kids, who were a very tender age.
They looked like school kids and I felt they were sitting in their classroom while they were taking lessons. They stayed motionless and seemed to pay attention in class. They could be attentive students in class.
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March 29, 2007
Nagasaki city, Nagasaki
Still Life Photography
RICOH GR DIGITAL