Man And Woman On The Other Side Of An Incense Burner

Man and woman walking on other side of incense burner
Shot at Kencho-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa tetsuOzawa

A man and a woman were walking on ther other side of the incense burner placed in front of the main hall

A big incense burner was placed just in front of the main hall. The cold ashes were piled and some incense sticks were burning in it. In the ancient time, I heard that the incense stick was also used as a clock because it took a constant time to be burned out.

When I looked into the incense burner, I found a man and a woman on the other side. And the man wearing a business suit was heading for the main hall.

JP
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Where is Kencho-Ji?

PHOTO DATA

No

9850

Shooting Date

May 2016

Posted On

August 24, 2016

Place

Kencho-Ji, Kanagawa

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SIGMA DP2 MERRILL

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