New Farm Park, Brisbane

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Statues at Chung Tian Temple

During our visit to the local Buddhist temple I was fascinated with the many, many statues, which lined the roads and pathways. here are a few. 











It took me ages to put two pics next to one another and I'm not sure how I did it anyway. If anyone out there knows how to do it easily I would appreciate a lesson.

7 comments:

  1. They are terrific ! Especially the four once ! The elephant is great too.

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  2. Hope someone has the answer to the side-by-side question as I'd like to do that too. The statues all have very interesting expressions, wonder if they were modelled on real people?

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  3. Wonderful photos, Diane - I love the expression on the first one. I have given you the Happy 101 Award. You may like to check on my blog.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  4. Wonder what the 'story' is behind all of the statues...????? Love that elephant....

    I've never tried to put two pictures side-by-side---so I can't help you.. Looks like you did well...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. Each one tells a story. Beautiful.

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  6. Hi Diane
    Great expressiojns on the statues. 2 pics side by side... um, do you use live writer? I do, and it's easy. Let me know if you use live writer, and I can help.

    Happy weekend, Ev

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  7. Wonderful photos from the temple in the previous post and kewl statues here. I remember trying to learn to place photos in Blogger ... took me hours to learn the knack too.
    Hugs and blessings,

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