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This is at the Thian Hock Keng Temple at Singapore. The oldest Buddhist temple in Singapore, it's a good philosophical and artistic attraction in the otherwise tourist-oriented Singapore. Here's another photo from the place.

I realize that the photo isn't as sharp as I wanted it to be. I didnt have my tripod with me - so I bumped the ISO up to 500. This is one of the many instances that a fullframe body and a 70-200 f/2.8 comes in handy.

Nevertheless, what captured me in the photo was the archway, and the light entering from outside. I waited for a person to cross the scene - and took the photo. The pillar at right is also interesting: it's intricately carved and made entirely of stone. Also of interest is the white wall mural painted above the window behind. Unfortunately, it's overexposed in this shot - I'll upload one of that painting.

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