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long time no posting... so here's a shot that i'm quite happy with.

having moved to brisbane from my hometown of ipswich, home of greeny, amongst others. i have found that there is so many more opportunities to go out and do some quality shooting than before.

this is a statue i found tucked away in a dark portico at the chung tian buddhist temple, just a stone's throw from my place. it's relatively new, opening in 1992, and this statue is part of the new 7-storey pagoda. it is still under construction but i hope to see it again and again. a truly wonderful place. from the website:

‘Chung Tian Temple’ (which means ‘middle heaven’) was constructed in 1992 using traditional Chinese Buddhist architecture – it is situated between Brisbane and Logan, Queensland. Surrounded by nature, the Temple provides a peaceful and culturally beautiful venue for the community to celebrate their multicultural diversity and multi-faith harmony through Humanistic Buddhism.

not much pp; cropping a little, unsharpen mask and level tweaking to make it a similar colour as i saw it. over the next week or so, i'll upload a few more shots that i took of the temple, some of which i'm really happy with.

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