Farm in Nantou

This was taken in Nantou when I was visiting last month. This week is pretty quiet on the blog end as I’ll be leaving for Phnom Penh, Cambodia on Saturday and traveling through to Thailand.

Since it’s a light day, I’ve decided to include some candles from a temple in Changhua City that I visited during the famous Mazu Festival and Pilgrimage.

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  1. Guy

    Striking the apparent lack of any arches–are the interiors of the “towers” simply corbeled? Did the large central dome/tower also have a correspondingly large face imbedded in it, as in the side pinnacles? Whose face(s)?–all Buddha’s, or others too? In its good times, this would have been an incredibly imposing presence.
    Guy

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