Apparently this temple is known for its branch of the Hindu religion called Radha Krishna, started by Radha Madhav Dham. I went inside shortly after I took this shot and spoke with a very nice lady who was the greeter and "concierge" for lack of a better term. She had recently come over from Ireland about a year and a half ago. She told me that the place had been built in 1995 and the property extends over 200 acres. There are families living on the property as well. There are what appeared to be dormitories/apartments as well as single family dwellings there.
As I have been saying, the place was rather interesting. However, it also kind of gave me the creeps. Something about the word "Krishna" I guess... I guess I always think of the cult "Hare Krishna" and the devotees I used to see in New Orleans and in airports.. Creepy for sure! Is that wrong? Maybe it's my ignorance on the Hindu religion or maybe this branch is a bastardized version of it. I don't know, but maybe I shouldn't judge. Anyway, I felt the creeps. Sorry.
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Camera - Fujifilm X-T1
Lens - Fujinon XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
Focal Length - 17.4mm
Aperture - f11
Exposure - 1/180
Metering mode - Multi-segment
Exposure program - Aperture-priority AE
ISO speed - 200
Exposure bias - 0 EV
Tripod - Yes
HDR - No
# of brackets - NA