Seda, a place that I have been longing for for a long time. I finally arrived at this mysterious land on a snowy winter day.

We strolled through the entire Buddhist academy and waited for the sunset at the observation deck on the mountaintop. The sky gradually darkened, and the temperature became colder and colder. I was so frozen that I didn't even want to reach out. However, when I saw the densely packed small red house starting to light up with scattered lights, I felt incredibly warm and peaceful.

These small red houses are the student dormitories of Siddhartha Buddhist Academy, with a practitioner living in each room. They study and practice here, pursuing inner peace and spiritual sublimation.

The practitioners in the Buddhist academy began to prepare for dinner, and fireworks slowly rose from these small houses, making the entire Buddhist academy more and more flavorful. As the sky grew darker, all the street lights came on. At this moment, I was surprised to find that the road network outlined the outline of the entire Buddhist academy like a rose. At that moment, I seemed to be immersed in a dreamy world, deeply attracted by this peculiar sight.

This night scene was taken in the early stages of my photography career, and in the later stages, I always felt that the image quality was not good, perhaps due to too much smoke. But I believe that if there is a chance to go back and mix photos from blues, it will definitely be even better.

On a serene night, one can feel a unique beauty and tranquility. Here, time seems to have come to a standstill. I think this is the charm of Seda, which allows people to stay away from the hustle and bustle, and return to inner peace and tranquility.

I hope to have the opportunity to come to Seda again in the future and experience the beauty and mystery here

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