This is 2nd part of my visit to the Snake Temple.
Worshipers jostling around to put their josticks ….
The offerings … and look at the size of the roasted pig. This was just one of the roasted pigs. If I am not mistaken, I think I saw another few more roasted pigs there.
Look at the various sizes of the josticks…
and also colourful ones too.
This portion of the temple is where the snakes are kept or sleeping. They also created hand made giant snake to mark this year of the snake.
More shots of the temple.
That looks amazing!
out of curiosity what happens to all the food?
The food will be taken back by the worshipers who brought them after the prayers and will distribute to their relatives or friends. Some worshipers may even distribute some of the food to the other worshipers in the temple. The food can still be eaten just like the food after the offerings.
I love the colors! You’ve really captured it. Nice!
wow, these are gorgeous. So vibrant! You’ve probably got this question countless times, but what camera do you use? I’m pretty new to to photography.
Thanks! well.. all the pictures you seen here were taken with Iphone 4S. Surprised? Well dun be. It has kinda good results and also some great apps which I use for some minor editing. =)
Amazing.. being a penangite myself, I’ ve only been there like 3-4 times but not during Chinese New Year or a snake year!! Heheh
Yous should as if it really colourful and great opportunity to take great pictures. =)
Will keep that in mind…. thanks!!!
You are always welcome. 😊