Bagua Arrangement

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31°38’51.8″N 119°32’00.8″E

An earth-formed Bagua arrangement is pictured amid the shallow waters of Changdang Lake, in China’s Jiangsu Province. An important symbol in Taoist cosmology, the Bagua consists of a yin-yang surrounded by eight sets of three-line patterns. This particular arrangement, known as “Later Heaven,” is symbolic of achieving balance and accepting change as time passes.


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Daily Overview / Satellite imagery courtesy of Digital Globe / Benjamin Grant

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