I was at Shuang Lin Monastery, a more than 100 year old temple, recently. They usually have lantern decorations during Mid-Autumn Festival weekend. I didn't have time to go this year. When I was there, I still see many of the lanterns. It's not light up in the day but still nice among the trees and other things.
我最近在双林寺，一座有100多年历史的寺庙。他们通常在中秋节周末有灯笼装饰。今年我没有时间去。 当我在那里时，我仍然看到许多灯笼。 白天时没点亮但在树木和其他事物中仍然挺好看的。
🎶Meanwhile, some music for you to enjoy as you read. This piece is part of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, particular the first of the 4 violin concertos, called Spring.
🎶让大家继续读的时候，欣赏一点音乐。这件作品是维瓦尔第的“四季”的一部分 - 4小提琴协奏曲中的第一首，名为“春天”。
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It's really a long stretch of trees outside the first section. Have a look at a few more photos I took.
Here the small road is outside the second section. It's lined with more trees and bonsai.
Outside the entrance to the second second I could see the pagoda outside the third second.
The doors going into the second section has the Door Gods.
Around the temple are planted many Luohan Song (Podocarpus macrophyllus or Yew padocarp ), big and smaller ones.
This is the Grand Hall inside the second section.
This is one set of the crane lanterns they have on both sides
Inside the second section and the farthest end is their "library".
I was going out by a side door which have more bonsais by the side.
Who has something like this at home?
[//]:# (!steemitworldmap 1.329965 lat 103.856502 long Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery d3scr)