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Temple Foot


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Foot Foot

I was so enamored with the Monkey Temple that returned to it a second time during my trip to Kathmandu. Instead of a car, I made a long walk to the temple and again climbed the 365 steps. I hoped to again be there for a ceremony and feel the mystical aura with the music and chanting. Unfortunately, that was not to be the case. The temple where the ceremony was originally held was almost empty except for one monk and a man and women in meditation. It was dark inside, too dark to use my zoom lenses so I popped the 85mm F1.8 lens onto my camera and snapped pictures of whatever fit into the frame. The foot of the woman in meditation happened to be an image I captured.

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