Great photos. I really love the "feel" of them and the colors.
interesting tradition!happy WW
Fascinating info and nice pictures!
I didn't know about this version of the Buddha! Thanks for the insight and the lovely pictures. Happy WW!
Wah wah wah!!! Got dancers perform summore... how come not you perform wan? Haha...I missed going to this place during my last BKK trip :(Happy WW!
When the Vatican was going broke, the Pope sold blessings and forgave sins for money...
Interesting WW entry!Thanks for stopping by!:-)Happy WW!
How wonderful. All religions are a bit different, but most teach the same thing...love. Have a great WW. :)
wow, beautiful choice for today!! Have a great Wednesday.
nice photos - happy WW
nice... i wanna go bangkok!!! come take me with ya next time! :P
How interesting! great pics.Happy WW!
Great photos. What an interesting subject. Happy WW
they catch the birds, then release it, and catch them again.. i just dont understand. :P
The Enterprise Christmas Party Invitation is now on my Journal! Hope you can come.
Lovely. I have been there. I assume that they are homing pigeons.
Eastcoastlife, thanks for telling about the 4 face Buddha. I didn't know anything about it. Great pix! :)Come visit me...
Those are great!
Very interesting photos and well done! Good WW to you!
I always love what I learn when I come here. :)Happy WW.
My angel,I'm still in the initial stage of learning, not qualified yet to dance in front of the Buddha. You must go the next time, ok?
kyh,Come, come, let's go Bangkok! Lots of good food and great shopping! hehe.....
Interesting! Thanks for sharing. Happy WW.
ehon,Demand and supply mah. There is a teaching that says: Followers should let the living things roam free. They twisted it.The hawkers take advantage to make money out of it. Smart Alecs. Buddha also shake head. hehe....
you are in BKK now??
peranakan dude,No lah. Came back ledi.
I see a series of wonderful pictures this time. All of them have a thousand words. Awesome!
I heard that this four faced buddha is very powerful.
Doreen,Yes. My hubby goes there every year to give thanks. I tag along to eat and shop. hehe....
interesting! would love to see them :)
interesting post, and wonderful shots!happy WWMy WW post
Where do they get the birds to be set free? *Scratch my head*
Oh..I missed Bangkok so much!:)Mine is up here;Yen's WordlessHappy WW!
Love your photos...it's nice to get to see as I will never actually get to visit. So interesting.Happy WW!
Nice, interesting pics - I love learning about the different traditions around the world. Happy WW!
I love those photos - thanks for the insight into a different culture.
did i lose my comment? oh i was saying i havent done that in a while. i'd love to release the birds facing adversities or not...
Thanks for sharing the info.
I love the symbolic release of the birds.. Geat photos, ECL :)
I'll never stop to be fascinated by all the different religions and traditions there is....I love the release of the birds!
how come your wordless wednesday has so many words geh? U main ti(p)u also... LOLi know this place. I visited it few years back, in 2002 ;)
That a lot of birds in one cage - hope they get released soon!
Great photos and interesting as well
My friend Ilona who is with me here in Egypt is also buddhist. Our holidays are coming to the end Friday we fly home (sob, sob)
Definitely interesting info and shots to go with!
Great photos and as usual, I learned somethin'new!
that´s some cool shots. happy ww
Aren't those birds trained to fly right back to the shopkeeper so you're not really releasing them?? Hmmm... Happy WW :P
You have a great perspective - which I adore - well, no it's said
Thank you for telling this very memorable story. I love the gentle way you've shared this very spiritual experience.Hope you've had a wonderful WW!
very interesting entry....cool shots!Happy WW!
Its very good to look at other's cultures. Great picts.
hey! I've been here too. I remembered there is a few stalls by the roadside selling young coconut, but I never tried one. Too bad!
oh my friends were robbed in that shrine abt 10 years ago.surrounded by gangsta in day time.so ive never entered that place.
how colourful. all we see are churches here, probably colourful inside with the stained glass windows. :)p.s. your "mpire" script always kenot load on Firefox wan... it'll hang the browser for a few secs, then have to abort each time wor.