A rope was hung under eaves

A rope in Gyoran-Ji
Shot at Gyoran-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Mita, Tokyo
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This temple was also small. Because it had inadequate parking, some cars were parked just in front of the main hall. I walked past the car and stood in front of the hall. The door was closed tightly and I couldn't see the inside where the principal image was stationed.

This temple's the principal image is called 'Gyoran Kanon', one of the deities of mercy in Buddhism. I could see only the rope hung from the gong and a wooden box for the offering. So I put some money into the box and rang the bell silently.

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PHOTO DATA

No

9609

Shooting Date

Sep 2015

Posted On

January 6, 2016

Modified On

January 16, 2020

Place

Mita, Tokyo

Genre

Still Life Photography

Camera

SIGMA DP2 MERRILL

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