Shot at a Buddhist temple in Komagome, Tokyo.
I found a big stone monument when I entered into the precinct. A Chinese poetry was written on its surface. Yet I couldn't understand what was written. Once it was a culture to understand Chinese poems in this country. Yet it has fallen into desuetude already.
Although I couldn't understand the contents, I was attracted by one of the Chinese characters. And I shot it. The Chinese character in the photo was that. It means 'soul'.
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February 2, 2006
Still Life Photography
CANON EOS 1V