Shot at Wat Pho, a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand.
This temple is also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. As it suggests, there was a big golden Buddha image which was reclining. And the hall was occupied by the statue. It was relaxing no matter how narrow the place was. Yet I thought it was too narrow for it.
When I saw its face between the pillars, it seemed not to sleep well there because it opened its sleepy eyes. And there were many worshipers around it. The place was too noisy to become enlightened.
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July 18, 2005
Still Life Photography
CANON EOS KISS