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As promised in my previous post, here’s the inside of the little temple that I don’t know the name of in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Although it’s easy to get burnt out on temple touring in Asia, much as it’s easy to burn out on cathedrals in Europe, these places are rarely lacking in character. Thorough cleanings appear rather infrequent, as you can see from the dark film of black soot on the ceiling from the incense that’s burning almost constantly. For me, it’s all the little details in this image that really make it interesting and draw you in.