P for Pictures…
Showered in sunshine of memories, pictures are story tellers…pose with smile, always 🙂
If I remember correctly, a beautiful picture of Taroko Gorge was the reason to add Taipei in dream bucket list. Never thought the dream would come true so soon. Taiwan visit was a memorable treat to soul and will always be nearer to my heart..
Taiwan is a small island nation 180km east of China with modern cities, traditional Chinese temples, hot springs resorts and dramatic mountainous terrain. Taiwan is the most populous state that is not a member of the United Nations and the largest economy outside the UN.
When the itinerary read temple with famous Sun Moon lake in Taiwan, I was almost sure that I would not be interested in visiting that temple rather would spend time around lake. But being proved wrong always feels good. That bright, serene and picturesque temple is still fresh in my mind and therefore we will start Photo Story of Taiwan with Wan Wu Temple.
I will allow you to enjoy the visual treat rather than me inking words here….
The Wen Wu Temple (日月潭文武廟) is located on the perimeter of Sun Moon Lake in Yuchi Township, Nantou County, Taiwan
Previously, two temples were located on the coast of Sun Moon Lake. After the Japanese handed over Taiwan to the Republic of China in 1945, the government invested in developing tourism around the lake. Wen Wu temple was rebuilt again in 1969, increasing its size and constructing it in the Chinese palace style.
The temple consists of three halls. The first hall, located on the second floor of the front hall, is a shrine devoted to the First Ancestor Kaiji and the God of Literature. The central hall is devoted to Guan Gong, the God of War, and the warrior-God Yue Fei. The rear hall is dedicated to Confucius.
This layered and intricate temple is major attraction for the tourists. As soon as you have passed through one temple, you enter another and you do not want to stop.
Every wall and colorful carvings on them are mind blowing proof of art. You will not be able to take off your eyes.
The Wall in the very back of the Temple is like a gate to another palace. I was in awe. Could not stop myself for picture.
Want to watch the whole story in couple of minutes? Here it is….
(picture source : Google and my phone)
I want to share something with you. Something I have been learning on my own since past few months. I do not claim that I have gained expertise but I feel like I am good at it. I know what to do and how to make it better/best/effective.
Photos/photography have been nearer to my heart since childhood. I like to capture photograph and more than that editing them in weird/fun/better ways. Even recently I have learned about how to make photo story.
So, today when the week has just begun, I want to present an offer to all my readers.
Submit your photo and I will give effect to it and will try to make it better/best/effective :-). That too totally free.
The only condition is, you will have to permit me to publicize the photo.
So…..what are you waiting for?
I am ready. Won’t you give me a chance?
What makes a blog great? What makes you follow a blog or “Like” a post?
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Liking a BLOG was not easy
Following a BLOG was even hard
I never looked for same interest
Neither I looked for great pictures
I just read and read
Enjoyed that charm of good writing
Clear thoughts attracts me
Clever humor is my love
Graspable description asks me to continue reading
I love reading BLOGs from the one
Who can open up himself to the world
Who is brave enough to accept and write about chaos in life
Who is loud enough while thinking and sharing
And that’s why ……
I follow them regularly
Because I find them beautiful, charming and impressive
I find their writing effective
I find their thought transparent
I carve to read them daily
I hit their BLOGs for more then 5 times in a day to check for new addition
Below are the bloggers, whom I follow –
Read them and you will understand why do I like them or follow them.
Keep enjoying good writing…..