There are big crowds at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. You can't take pictures inside so most of those on the floor gazing up in rapture are not tourists. I get a shot of the Emeral Buddha from outside the Temple, through a doorway, with an extreme zoom.
I like the way the Buddhists concentrate on virtues rather than sins, turning philosophy inside out.
Some of the virtues are:
Silam (righteous conduct)
Pariccagam (personal scacrifice: material and spiritual)
Ajjavan (honesty and freedom from pretence)
Maddavam (gentleness and humility)
Tapam (concentration of effort)
Akkodham (freedom from anger)
Avhimsa (freedom from malice)
Avirodhanam (avoidance of wrongdoing)