“ Monk and Tiger sharing their Meal ” Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. A Monk and Tiger sharing their food. Camera- Canon EOS Lens- Canon IS USM L II, Focal Length- Shutter Speed- sec, Aperture- ISO/Film- Photograph by Wojtek Kalka
This towering ginkgo tree is located within the walls of the Gu Guanyin Buddhist Temple in the Zhongnan Mountains in China. Every autumn the green leaves on the tree turn bright yellow and fall into a golden heap on the temple grounds
The world's most famous trees Silk cotton/strangler fig One of the most popular temples in Cambodia's Angkor Wat complex, Ta Prohm is best known for the trees which dominate its ruins. The temple was used in the film Tomb Raider.
A Ginkgo tree shedding its leaves. Old ginkgo tree in 古观音禅寺Gu Guanyin Temple, Zhongnan Mountains, Xi’an. The temple was built in Tang dynasty in with more than years history. It’s said this ginkgo tree was planted by Li Shimin, Emperor Taizong himself.
I love the warm gold tones in the photo. I also really love the bodies juxtaposed next to the giant statue of the hand. There is a nice balance to the photo. "Hand of the Biggest Golden Buddha a Thai Temple"