Overhead with a difference for - Tuesday Photo Challenge – Overhead The carved wooden phalluses are hung (sometimes crossed by a design of sword or dagger) outside, on the eves of the new homes, at the four corners. They believe that such a symbol brings good luck and drives away evil spirits! Was a culture... Continue Reading →
Colorful designs on wood from Bhutan for FRIENDLY FRIDAY: DESIGN Columns of ‘The Punakha Dzong’ built in 1637-38 in Bhutan. Colorful carved columns of wood. Similar columns seen in the present day columns – legacy continued! Pictures below are taken at ‘The Paro airport’, Bhutan. Love the colorful designs! Have a bright n colorful week!
Even my folder with all the skull clicks from my San Diego trip went corrupt!! 😐😐 This is the only one I could lay my hands on! I find each one out here laughing at me !!! I guess skulls all over Old town San Diego is the impact of the Mexican culture of celebrating Day... Continue Reading →