Tuesday, April 05, 2005


Burned - Pingtung
These are a few images from tomb sweeping this morning. This statue is only about a foot tall, one of many around the buddhist graveyard. Fireworks are commonly used to scare away evil spirits, but sometimes they find and unintended target. . . Posted by Hello

5 Comments:

Blogger Myself said...

Camera Model -Canon EOS 20D
Shooting Date/Time - 4/5/2005 11:17:42 AM
Shooting Mode - Aperture-Priority
Tv( Shutter Speed )- 1/250
Av( Aperture Value )- 11.0
Metering Mode - Evaluative Metering
Exposure Compensation +1/3
ISO Speed 200
Lens 18.0 - 55.0 mm
Focal Length 55.0 mm

He's not the only burn victim in the buddhist cemetery, but the "what happened to me?" expression on his face caught my eye.

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Blogger les said...

Nice colorful shot.
COngrats on your new camera!

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Anonymous photographer52 said...

I take it some of these statues are quite old? Would they be hand crafted? Lovely image.

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Blogger Tegan said...

fantastic photo! I like the angle and the colors.

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Blogger Myself said...

Thanks guys!
Wanda, most of the cemetery statues are mass produced. There are a few shops nearby that do hand carvings, but people keep them at home for Feng Shui - different statues and writings are placed in each part of the home for good luck.

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