Jacques

Jacques

Posted on 01/28/2013


Photo taken on February 11, 2006



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Sulamani Guphaya temple


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20010123-0736ac Sulamani Guphaya 1183

20010123-0736ac Sulamani Guphaya 1183
The Sulamani Guphaya, or Pahto, is one of Bagan's premier temple attractions; The name itself means Crowning Jewel or Small Ruby; The temple complex originally contained a large number of associated buildings, including a lecture and ordination hall, cells for the monks and a library; Myanmar (Burma) Bagan site of hundreds Buddhist temples.

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albertsville
albertsville
I know this follows the rule of thirds. it is very nice. I still have not fully been able to give up centering things though.
4 years ago.
Jacques has replied to albertsville
It depends of the subject! The nave of a cathedral is better when centered as a great rosace; For landscapes the rule of thirds is often better! Here I tried to have all the right little stupas in a diagonal alignment; Thank You Carol!
4 years ago.