In 2016-2017, I visited my daughter who was teaching English in Busan Korea. On one of the days she was working, I took the subway up to Beomeosa and took the bus to this Buddhist temple in the mountains overlooking Busan. I was fortunate enough to catch a monk reciting prayers at the main sanctuary.
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I was resting under the entrance to the central area, and I looked across to the main house and spotted him in his grey dress and before the Buddhas. In the temples, there are always three Buddhas, one is the Buddha of the past, one a Buddha of the present (the largest typically), and one the Buddha of the future.
I took this photograph with my Canon 5D mark II using my EF 70-200mm f/4L IS at 200mm. I shot this at f/6.3 at 1/60sec at ISO 100. I processed the photograph in Lightroom with no need to further process in Photoshop.
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