Temple Sunset

Posted by Emily (Residing in: Adelaide, Australia | Home:, Singapore) on 25 September 2008 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

Taken during a TW (Taiwan) trip
Was always on a look out during sunset/sunrise hours for photo opportunities.

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Sorry, I'm a bit tight for time but i'll definitely am curious & will check out your photos ^__^

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Kylie Greenan from Richmond, Australia

Emily the light in this image is so warming and captivating! I have to say my mind totally went wondering with the silhouettes on the roof, is it 3 witches and 2 cats and a cactus I can see ;o)... very intruiging!

25 Sep 2008 6:08am

@Kylie Greenan: yup, it was a beautiful sunset.. hee it's actually 3 chinese gods, one probably god of fortune, i'm not sure who the other 2 are, 2 dragons and.. a pagoda or sorts.. i should post a photo in day light to relief u of curiosity =P

Blackdog from London, United Kingdom

Great silouette - hope the food was good too ;o)

25 Sep 2008 5:40pm

@Blackdog: yup, this was taken in taiwan (not china and her food scared). lots of night markets and lil tasty snacks!

peter from new york, United States

loving the purples and the outline of the tree on the side! great shot!

25 Sep 2008 7:17pm

@peter: i've another shot w/o the trees at the side too.. decided to include it as it gave.. organic lines to the photo =) thanks for stopping by!

Andrew Gould from Sydney, Australia

Beautiful colours, silhouettes and overall composition. The glimpse of the people adds an extra dimension. What do you mean by a ''TW trip"?

1 Oct 2008 2:57am

@Andrew Gould: ah i should have been more clear - TW: taiwan =) Thank you for your comments! i like that row of red lanterns most in this photo, somehow.

shoti from Everywhere in the, Philippines

amazing colors!

12 Oct 2008 7:38am

@shoti: thanks for going so far back in my archives!

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