Shot at Takahata Fudo, a Buddhist temple in Hino, Tokyo.
There were three statues of Jizo in the precinct. Although their faces were similar and all of them were wearing a cap, what they had in their hands were different from each other.
The left one had a big prayer beads, the mid one had a script and the right one had a hammer. I could understand the reason why there were a prayer beads and a script in some vague way. Yet I couldn't understand why the statue had a hammer in its hand. I wondered it had a hammer to kick a habit.
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July 22, 2007
Still Life Photography
CANON EOS 1V