Wong Tai Sin Temple

Wong Tai Sin gate

Wong Tai Sin gate

fortune telling stick sellers

crowded

crowded

stone statue at entrance

stone statue at entrance

prayer bells

with the prayer bells

with the prayer bells

temple gate

temple

temple

incense

temple

temple

colourful lanterns

colourful lanterns

back garden

back garden

back garden

back garden

back garden

back garden

back garden

garden pond

As I’m writing this I’m lying in bed, half asleep after a day-long road trip from Adelaide to Victor Harbour. I’ll share photos, of course, but I’m way behind in my blogging, so I’d better clear my backlog. These photos were taken in Wong Tai Sin, a temple chock full with tourists and local worshippers alike. When the cacophony and incense got too oppresive, we retreated to the garden at the back and found some much-needed quiet.

Photos by Arnold Hozana

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