It's the most famous monastery in HK where monks from all quarters are welcome to stay.
There are a lot of tourist besides the locals who come up to worship and enjoy the hillside scenery.
This is where I took the Big Buddha picture from.
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SofiaC (215) 2004-01-15 9:51
orme (7219) 2004-01-15 10:06
Great shot, Danny. The detail in the dragons is excellent. Good angle. I also like the way only the monk appears to have some colour. Well done.
khamoon (162) 2004-01-15 10:12
Good work Danny. The perspective is fine and the contrast perfectly highlight every details of the dragons. Bottom parts seems to be overexposed -- not a big problem here, the dragons and the monk catch the eye.
Good job on post-pro -- I would have done that too ;p .
green (1014) 2004-01-15 10:43
Lot's of details in this very sharp picture. Too bad the lower part is slightly overexposed. Maybe you should have close the aperture a bit more.
pascalbene (1717) 2004-01-15 14:17
I agree with green concerning technicals problems but I want here to thank you because there's "something" in this pic.
Clochette (8076) 2004-01-15 14:33
B&W was a good choice to enhance the great (and so sharp !) details of the building. Funny how you decided to let the monk with colors, I like it.
The slight over exposure is visible but not so disturbing. Well done Danny !
charmante (1090) 2004-02-03 12:44
your picture has a nice composition & framing,
but I think it needs mire contrast : it's too white !?
(but the detail are fine)
ggr8 (17) 2004-07-02 9:19
I love the movement the monk adds to the photo.
dvainoras (0) 2004-11-23 8:00
Very nice place. Good angel of view.
- Copyright: Danny Tan (tdanny) (663)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2004-01-10
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Olympus C-740 UZ
- Exposure: f/3.5, 1/100 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Traditional Chinese architecture [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-01-15 9:31
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