and delighted in our interest.
Here is the very famous Punakha Dzong. A dzong, one remembers, is a combination religious and administrative center of a province. One of the largest in Bhutan, it is also the second oldest:… Continue reading
Where some come to pray for fertility and children.
Love the birds painted on her nails!
Based on a principle similar to that of the prayer flags seen earlier, prayer wheels are set outside temples, and there’s often hundreds of them. It is one’s duty to turn as many… Continue reading
Tokyo, July 2013. Details of the clothes to follow!
One of the symbols seen in, around and most at the top of most Buddhist temples. The Wheel of Law represents the symmetry, completeness and adequacy of the law, of the precepts of… Continue reading
Did you know that the name of your camera simply comes from the name of the goddess Kanon?