The woman wearing a striped shirt stares at an ornamental horse at the National Palace Museum.

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Shot at National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan
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The Chinese civilization is one of the four major civilizations, with a history of 5,000 years. This means that the treasures amassed by successive dynasties are tremendous. Some of these treasures are now open to the public at the National Palace Museum in Taipei. There are things in this museum that I, as an ordinary citizen, would not be able to see if the dynasties had its due.

There are many artifacts on display. I don't know whether they are good or bad, but they are probably extravagantly made. Inside a glass case, there was a piece of horse-shaped porcelain on display. From the side where I was standing, I could see a round horse's buttocks. When I looked at the other side of the case, there was a woman who was gazing at it intently. Unlike me, who was face to face with a horse's butt, he must have been looking at the dynamic horse's face.

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PHOTO DATA

No

9948

Shooting Date

Sep 2016

Posted On

November 25, 2016

Modified On

May 26, 2021

Place

Taipei, Taiwan

Genre

Candid Photography

Camera

SONY ALPHA 7R II

Lens

SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA

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