|Four supporting gargoyles at the Thimpu Dzhong, Bhutan|
|Camera: Panasonic DMC-GX7 | Date: 15-11-2015 14:54 | Resolution: 13696 x 3265 | ISO: 1600 | Exp. bias: 0 EV | Exp. Time: 1/200s | Aperture: 7.1 | Focal Length: 103.0mm | Location: Tashichhoe Dzong | State/Province: Thimpu | See map | Lens: LUMIX G VARIO PZ 45-175/F4.0-5.6|
The blog has been looking a bit light on pictures recently. Meanwhile I’m beavering away trying to finish tidying up the Bhutan pics before I’m off to Burma in February. This morning I discovered a series of four similar close-ups on supporting "gargoyles" (I suspect that’s not quite the right term in the Bhutanese context, but close enough) which I never originally envisaged as a multi-shot combination, but which I think actually work quite well as a "quadtych" (which is exactly the right term, apparently).