Shot at National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan.
The room was dim. Perhaps it was done to preserve the precious displays. A long glass case was placed in the center of the room and a long scroll was displayed in it. I didn't know how old it was. Yet it could be fairly old.
Some people were standing in front of the case. And they were looking deep into the scroll. Apparently, they were attracted by what was drawn on it. And they wanted to absorb all of the details. God is in the details. They were just sensing its inviolability. The display, which was loved by the successive emperors could be painted in wonderful detail.
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November 26, 2016
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