Bearers of the god parade along the Cheng long Village streets toward the Village’s temple.
Category: Culture, Taiwan Tagged: Cheng Long Village, god, parade, Photography, Pingdong, Pingdong County, procesion, temple, Timothy S. Allen
The modern approach.. good shot.
love the pink shoes!
Great shot, when were you there?
The picture was taken April 25, 2015. I was in the village for 25 days from April 9 to May 4. I was documenting the work of 5 international artists who were there as a result of a worldwide competition that my wife Jane Ingram Allen curates. To see my images of the finished works go to her blog http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com
You must be jet lagged.
Oh no. I’m still in Taiwan and will be doing another assignment starting May 14. That will also last 25 days. It will be in the Northeast of Taiwan in Keelung City. Same type of documentation for in this case for 8 artists. Keelung is a much different place than Cheng long Village. Night markets, fishing fleets and much more.
Lucky you. I followed your wife’s blog.
Thank you. You must experience extended jet lag with all your traveling.
It can be pretty bad sometimes.
Yes, I seem to find flying back from Asia to the west coast of the U.S. to be the most difficult. Not sure why.
Eastbound is always worse.
I guess I’ll have to google as to why.
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