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thought i’d add a bit of asian architechture to the group. some of their structures, usually temples, are constructed of only wood – even the ‘pins’ holding the pieces together are made of wood. the intention is that in time of war or disaster or some sort, the monks can disassemble the temple and secret it away, only to be reassembled when the danger has passed.

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  • Ken  Aitchison
    Ken Aitchisonover 6 years ago

    Interesting story behind this excellent capture. The lighting on the ornate green and orange beams is perfect all the way to the very last one.

  • Bobby McLeod
    Bobby McLeodover 6 years ago

    thanks ken!

  • Gisele Bedard
    Gisele Bedardover 6 years ago
    Those lines are beautiful,cool angle and perspective,superbe shot.
  • velveteagle
    velveteagleover 6 years ago

    Brings back memories of the early 70’s here.. Chun Chong I think that is how it was spelled. Long ago.. Beautiful country and people.. Great capture Bobby..

  • Bobby McLeod
    Bobby McLeodover 6 years ago

    thanks gigi and chuck! actually this is from a palace called kyungbokgung in seoul.

  • Scott Ruhs
    Scott Ruhsover 6 years ago

    This is a great shot. Nice lighting, great angle/perspective. Well done!

  • GerryMac
    GerryMacover 6 years ago

    fantastic perspective Bobby! love the twist on the angle!

  • PPPhotoArt
    PPPhotoArtover 6 years ago

    excellent informative commentary to go along with this wonderful image of the temple columns and walkway .. China is just so fascinating

  • Bobby McLeod
    Bobby McLeodover 6 years ago

  • Bobby McLeod
    Bobby McLeodover 6 years ago

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