Muy extraordinaria imagen, me imagino un santón Japones.
Saludos, A. Trigo
Very extraordinary picture, I imagine a Japanese saint.
Sincerely, A. Wheat
Que malo se lo ve ... saludos Carlos
Greetings Billy, A. Wheat and Carlos, Thanks for visiting and commenting.
Billy - I did find a description of what this deity was, but it wasn't this exact statue so I wasn't sure if it was a universal meaning.
A. Wheat - It was a beautiful statue. lots of work went into it.
Saludos Carlos, creo que tiene razón. Si usted acaba de conectar este cable de alimentación se le de vuelta en los negocios.
very nice your photos ......
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Greetings from Turkey, Arif
Excellent depth of color and form.
Greetings Arif and Hank, Thanks so much for visiting the temple and commenting on the wonderful statues. Such a beautiful place with so many treasures on site at the temple. We really enjoyed it.
Richard Ryer, very interesting sculpture! :) Anna
Greetings Anna, Thanks for visiting and commenting. I had another comment about "Here's what is wrong". I think this may be the deity of the missing power cable for the computer or printer! Anyway, I am glad you like the picture and thank you so much for visiting.
I' have a little picture to japan....
Greetings Pier, Very nice picture.
Greetings Manek, Thanks for the visits and the comments. Glad you like this place. Cheers. Rich
Amazing and interesting statue, great capture. LIKE!!! Cheers, Alexandra & Karl-Heinz
Greetings A&K, Thanks for the visit and the comment. I like to think of the statue as the god of the missing power cable. When the computer doesn't work he holds out his hand with the power cable and says"Well, her's the problem....". Cheers, Rich
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Photo taken in 3 Chome Hase, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa-ken 248-0016, Japan
Hase Kannon Temple
Misplaced? Suggest new location