Shot at Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum in Chiayi, Taiwan.
I came to the city of Chiayi because there was the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum here. This museum was newly constituted in 2015 and housed many collections of the palace treasure of the successive Chinese dynasties same as its main museum.
During looking around the displays, I found a big head of Buddha image. It was lighted and closed its eyes calmly. Perhaps, it was waiting for starting a Buddhist chant. Unfortunately, the place where it was stationed was not a temple. Those who came to the statue were only the tourists like me.
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May 15, 2017
Still Life Photography
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