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Thursday Challenge – Colour Me Red

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We are pleased to take part in the weekly Thursday Challenge series organized by SpunWithTears.com. A picture related to a new theme announced each week will be posted here. Today’s theme is the “Red”.

It was Saturday morning and we were in Thimphu (Bhutan). We stepped out to see the weekend market and on the way was Zangtho Pelri Lhakhang, a Buddhist temple. We wanted to have a closer look so we went inside and saw monks with a wide range of ages. Seen below are some of the younger ones trying to concentrate on their prayers (we suppose our presence was a bit distracting)…

Thursday Challenge – “Photography”

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We are pleased to take part in the weekly Thursday Challenge series organized by SpunWithTears.com. A picture related to a new theme announced each week will be posted here. Today’s theme is the “Photography”.

What the…? That was exactly our reaction when we saw this at the LaSalle Park in Burlington, Ontario last summer. What or who are these people taking a picture of?

A curious sight at the LaSalle Park in Burlington, Ontario

A curious sight at the LaSalle Park in Burlington, Ontario

Thursday Challenge – “Round”

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We are pleased to take part in the weekly Thursday Challenge series organized by SpunWithTears.com. A picture related to a new theme announced each week will be posted here. Today’s theme is the “Round”.

The photo below of a chariot wheel was taken at the Sun Temple in Korark in the state of Odhisa (Orissa) in India. The intricately carved 13th century temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The temple, dedicated to the Sun God, is shaped like a chariot with 6 wheels on each side. Each of the 12 chariot wheels is a sundial and the shadow cast by the spokes can be used to tell the precise time of the day.