Single Shot: Temple Procession, Tainan

Last weekend in Tainan, I happened across a temple procession for a god I’m unfamiliar with taking place in an alley near the Confucius Temple. It was like most other processions: loud and full of energy. I found the 18mm end of my lens to be pretty useful here as well as the amazing light-bending abilities of RAW format due to the huge dynamic range present.

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One response to “Single Shot: Temple Procession, Tainan

  1. That sounded so funny: a god you weren’t familiar with, and it took place in an alley!

    Perhaps I’m getting the wrong impression from your blog: are there processions every day in Taiwan? every week? It almost sounds like you could see a different procession every day if you wanted to (?).

    Nice shot!

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