Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Red in a Chinese Temple



Da Bogong Temple in Kusu Island.





11 comments:

stan said...

First chinese temple I see by the sea!

Jay said...

What a beautiful building - and right on the shore? Does it ever get flooded?

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Amazing architecture and colors.

My Tuesday Photo Do hope you can find time to visit with me.

Auntie E said...

very nice place. Love the red on the building.
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wenn said...

chinese temple is usually red.

Manang Kim said...

That is what I like in Chinese temple they are always red and white. Something in this color that Chinese like. Thanks for sharing!

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Life Ramblings said...

what a beautiful and peaceful setting.

Francisca said...

A charming version of the typical Chinese temple. Lots of lucky red, of course! It's the first one I see on stilts on the shore.

Icy BC said...

Beautiful architecture building and view!

Ann said...

I have not been to this temple.

Jama
you asked if ice needles are dangerous, it makes me think of the Indian Gurus who like down on a bed of needles.

My Cousin and her friends were very curious about the needles. Initially they thought there were grass or twigs, upon examination, they were shards of ice needles.

rebecca said...

lovely...
you take me wonderful places.