Sunday, June 25, 2017

Zen

I was on the opposite side of town sitting for my cousin's sweet beast (pictured in the last post) when I came across this Cambodian Buddist Temple. I thought it was the perfect subject for yesterday's cool blue clouds and my new pancake lens. 
Bonus, there's a song by Haley Mills kid, Crispian, that occasionally goes through my head which fits quite well, especially since I was sitting for an Italian dog owned by a very Italian family and Kula sounds like culo (butt), a word we heard a lot growing up. 
So shake your Kula and have a zen week. 















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    1. There were white drips all over the place, wish they'd clean that up. Painting seems like a pretty zen thing to do.

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    1. It caught my eye from the road, Carol.

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    1. I don't think it bears much close-up scrutiny, but looks great from a distance, Tamar.

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    1. I wonder how they built it, a mold maybe?

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  5. ...and to think that this temple is in Wisconsin, does your wacky governor know about this place? The fotos are Zenful, the tune less so, while at least for me. Thanks for stopping by!!!

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    1. Ahhhaaa, Walker, what a dick. I love that it's Haley Mills' kid and I used to listen to the CD a lot when it came out. Not normally my thing, more Mascha's (: I did a piece on Oregon once and was surprised how many different religious groups there are, especially for a town that size.

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  6. Lovely temple photos ~ saw lots of them in Tibet and China ~ great post for OWT ~ ^_^

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    1. That's exciting, Carol, I can't even imagine going to place more exotic than Oregon, WI, lol.

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  7. Ok, that is what I call a great find! Love the contrast between the pink flowers and the brown fence (I think it is a fence).

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    1. I was pleasantly surprised, Ruth. I was going in a direction I don't always travel and it's more of a decorative wall I think.

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  8. Beautiful shots of the place.

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    1. I had fun taking them. I hear it looks best from the front.

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    1. It's great to drive by something so photo ready, Jim.

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  10. Beautiful temple and music totally to my taste.
    Namaste

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    1. Ha, Mascha, I thought you'd like the music, not our friend Tom's thing though, lol.

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    1. The things you find when you venture to the other side of town.

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  12. Thanks for joining this week's party at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/06/shades-of-purple.html

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  13. Gorgeous photography - and such a lovely day for your photos! #MMBC

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