I picked this because the picture shows alignment with the rocks leading up to the sun. And Balance because the sun looks as if its on the pile of rocks and all the other rocks are also balanced perfectly.
This sadhu's vertically oriented tilaka that converges on the bridge of his nose shows him to be a Vaishnava, or follower of Lord Vishnu, known as the Preserver in the Hindu Pantheon of Gods. The flower in his hair is completely of his own design. Although the forehead markings, or tilakas, are relatively uniform in relation to one's order, sect, and sub-sect, individual variations in both the tilaka and other body art are the norm, not an exception.Pashupatinath, Kathmandu, Nepal.