August 22, 2009


Not quite a Buddha but a Tara in Ensenada, Mexico, which, according to Leslie, "was a gift of peace and friendship from a Nepalese international cultural organization in 1993." Leslie laments the graffiti, which was not there when she visited. You can see it and read about it here.

And here are links to three Buddhas, one sent to us by Renee Reimer,  and two by Eddie, who tells us that this Buddha belongs to "Nan Tien Temple, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere." The second picture Eddie took at the temple is also worth a look. You can see it here.

Thanks to you all!

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EdaMommy's picture

That second pic from Eddie has a really fascinating subject. (Seriously.)