This photograph was taken at a temple of "Zen" in Japan. By Wikipedia: "Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism that originated in China during the Tang dynasty(6th century), there known as the Chan School, and later developed into various schools. The Chan School was strongly influenced by Taoist philosophy, especially Neo-Daoist thought, and developed as a distinct school of Chinese Buddhism." Zen was introduced to Japan in 12th century and further developed.
This photo was full of the essence of Zen - seeing into the nature of one's own being and pointing a way of meditation from bondage to freedom.
- Photograph by: YanHomeandLiving
- Age: 2016
- Origin: Japan
- Orientation: Portrait, unframed
- Paper: Acid-free Archival Matte Paper.
- Thickness: Heavy weight 230 gsm (6 pt.) paper certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
- Print Method: Unique inkjet printing (known as giclée) uses 10 inks to create a fluid finish & incredible resolution.
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- Package: 16" x 20" or larger are wrapped in tissue paper and rolled into a shipping tube. Anything smaller will be delivered unmounted and flat.
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