Dragon Pillar – Bao-an temple

Dragon Pillar - Bao-an temple
Dragon Pillar – Bao-an temple, by Suprada on Flickr

Closeup of the Dragon Pillar – Bao-an temple, Taipei, Taiwan.

Moore about the Bao-an temple from travelguide.com: \”Located across the street from the Confucius Temple, this Taoist temple is dedicated to the god of medicine. Built in 1830, it has quite a fascinating history. Early immigrants from Fujien Province brought the statue of the god to Taiwan in the late 18th century. During the Japanese occupation of Taiwan, the temple was used as a language school and factory. After the Japanese discontinued their use of the site, it was neglected until it was finally refurbished in the early 1900s.\”

Technical Details:

Camera: Canon Rebel XT
Exposure: 1/90sec at f/2.5
Focal Length: 50mm
ISO: 800
WB: Daylight
Lens: Canon EF 50mm f1.8 II
Date: Feb 1, 2009
GPS Co-ordinates: Latitude: 25.073093, Longitude: 121.516101

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