The combination of red and green can indeed create a strong visual effect. In the picture, the background is a piece of green grass, which forms a strong visual contrast with the small red building as the main body. And what surprised me the most was this exquisite and exotic building, really cute.
As a symbol of traditional Chinese culture, red lanterns represent auspiciousness and wishfulness. Because of this, they can be seen every time on those festive days and some important places.
When the red lanterns are combined with thatched houses, this kind of picture seems to be more able to convey the life of ancient Chinese. In that era, although material conditions were extremely scarce, people were rich in their hearts. In the era when Tao Yuanming lived, people often worried about food and clothing. However, the great poet Tao Yuanming can still create great poems that have been passed down through the ages under these difficult conditions, which is indeed admirable.
It was already late autumn. But the jungle is still crisp and pleasant, as if summer has not yet gone. The reflection in the lake outlines the fuzzy outline on the shore, with light and dark intertwined, light and shadow overlapping, quite a mood.
But you have to know and believe that summer has indeed left us, and autumn is about to end. A long winter will follow. So, if you don’t like winter, you must take advantage of this time to go outdoors and take a look.
This temple is called “Baoyan Temple” and we can vaguely see its existence in the picture. Yes, it is hidden in this dense forest. And all this seems so “Zen”.
There are many legends about Buddhism. These legends often reveal a certain kind of mystery and wisdom, and together they constitute a certain understanding and concept of Buddhism among the people.
The cabin under the backlight did not look unclear. And the sky at this time is not beautiful, a bit gray. So the overall picture lacks hierarchy. But I can still capture some satisfactory information from the picture; tranquility.
This is the cabin seen from another angle. There is a person in white clothes standing nearby.Is he thinking? Or immersed in this beautiful landscape?
“Wu” has more camphor wood. Remarks: The “Wu” land mentioned in this article mainly refers to the Wu dialect areas in Jiangsu and Zhejiang. Camphor, also known as Cinnamomum camphora, is a tree with crown leaves and green all seasons. Tongshen has a faint medicinal fragrance, which is an extract of household mothballs.
In my impression, all plants that can survive the winter without failing their branches and leaves seem to have a special ability, a kind of cold bone. For example, coniferous pine, four seasons green, and this camphor tree. Although they are green leafy plants compared with tall poplars and phoenix trees, I think they are the only ones whose colors are generally colder.
The architectural style of Jiangnan dwellings represented by the “Wu” land is generally in a cooler tone (white walls and black tiles).
Not only that, but Wu people are also biased towards light diet. Say it is light, mainly in terms of vision. The Chinese use “color, flavor” as a criterion for judging the success of a dish. But in terms of the word “color”, Wudi’s cuisine has fallen out of favor, and at first glance it will basically not arouse your appetite. In terms of taste, local dishes are too sweet and greasy, which is different from most other cuisines. In dealing with people and things, Wu people are more trustworthy, but lack a certain degree of enthusiasm, and have the finest of ordinary citizens. This may have something to do with the earlier development of local industry and commerce.
But you must not get me wrong, thinking that here must pay attention to business and despise cultural education. In fact, this is not the case. It has always been the fine tradition of “Wu Di” to respect culture and education. This tradition has created an unprecedented grand gathering of talents in the “Wu” land since the Song Dynasty. According to historical records, during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the number of Jinshi and Juren trained here was the highest in the country. To this day, its level of education is still not inferior to other places.
One side of water and soil nourishes one side. Food, architecture, education, geography… these elements together constitute the unique local cultural characteristics. To varying degrees, this characteristic can be called “Wu Culture” or “Jiangnan Culture”.
In my opinion, in the world that my lens wants to present, Jiangnan has a spirit with historical complex. Not only do I want to present Jiangnan in the eyes of the world, but I also want to present Jiangnan in my own eyes.