A smiling Buddha statue along the ascent to the main hall of Nanzoin Temple in Sasaguri, Fukuoka, Japan. Nanzoin is home to a famous Reclining Buddha Statue that is said to be the biggest bronze statue in the world.
The reason this statue’s belly is so shiny is that visitors regularly rub it for good luck.
Shot with Mamiya 6 and 50mm f/4 lens on Fujicolor Pro 400H medium-format film. Developed and scanned by MeinFilmLab.
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