Shot at Martyrs' Shrine in Taipei, Taiwan.
Like in Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, this shrine was also guarded by the guardsmen. It meant that the guard mount was practiced at intervals here.
When I walked the wide approach, the time of the guard mount came. Some guardsmen appeared in the approach. And they were marching while they were flapping their hands with their eyes staring straight ahead. They were disciplined completely. They didn't cast an eye on me who held an SLR camera beside them. They passed by me as if I didn't exist there.
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April 16, 2007
CANON EOS 1V