Jizo Facing Away

jizo facing away

One statue was facing away

Shot at Matsuchiyama-Shoden, a Buddhist temple in Asakusa, Tokyo.

The precinct of this temple which belong to the famous Senso-Ji was wrapped with the silence. Although there were many worshipers in the Senso-Ji even on the weekdays, few people came here. Its atmosphere appropriated for being called a sanctuary.

In the corner of the precinct, some statues of Jizo stood. Most of them were ranged except a statue. It looked the other way. And it seemed to adopt an attitude of uncynicalness.

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Photo No.
9537
Shooting Date
Sep 2015
Posted On
October 23, 2015
Place
Asakusa, Tokyo
Genre
Still Life Photography
Archive
OCT 2015 STILL LIFE TOKYO
Camera
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL
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