Xingtian Temple

Xingtian temple is one of the busiest temples in Taipei. It’s dedicated to Guangong, a famous red faced general who is worshipped as the god of war, patron of knights, etc.

This photo is for marinachetner who wanted to see a temple photo in colour.

Original size: 2343 x 3515 | Date taken: 12.11.2011 | Location: Minquan E Rd, Taipei, Taiwan

Comments and feedback are appreciated.

(Click on the photograph to see it in a larger size)

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About j.t.l.

I’m a creative minded finnish fellow who is passionate about photography, making music, and traveling among many other things.

2 comments

  1. I think this is an absolutely stunning shot! From the intricacy of the temple’s architectural design, to the gold calligraphy, to the red colouring. It’s beauty is even further accentuated by the boring building to its left. Thank you!

    • Thanks! I’m glad you liked it. You’re welcome. 🙂
      The location of the temple was very interesting in terms of the contrast between the old temple architecture and the modern things surrounding the temple (buildings, neon lights, billboards etc.).

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