Tuesday, March 20, 2007

More Nan Tien Temple, Wollongong




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10 comments:

Val said...

Oh YES! I must get to this temple one day. It is just beautiful.

jellyhead said...

The temple looks like an absolute haven. I love the photos - this post and the previous one.

Hope you're having a good week :)

shellyC said...

Photos look great!! Would love to visit this place but think it should be done sans kinder - they would ruin the solitude!!

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

Hello Frances....
What a lovely name, Wollongong. I love discovering these Australian place names.

That’s a terrific temple and looks even more magnificent when its enlarged.

You and Richard are looking well and happy, but who wouldn’t look happy discovering such wonderful sights. Marion

Lee-ann said...

It looks like you and Richard enjoyed very much the day at the temple, it must be very tranquil there and I could do with a little of that in my life at the moment.

Your photos capture the beauty very nicely.

I see you spent time in Melbourne with Val as well. now that would have been such a nice visit at a place we go often seeing as family history is easily looked up there.

Have a great Thursday won't you.
Lee-ann

meggie said...

Beautiful photos. How traquil it all looks. Thankyou for sharing them.

Kerri said...

What a beautifully tranquil place Alice. They have some lovely trees in the grounds. Those are nice pictures of you and Richard too.
Glad you had such a pleasant weekend in gorgeous surroundings.

HORIZON said...

lol- love all the wee guys around the garden ;) They must have made you smile!
As for the buildings- they just get better and better. Thanks for this tour- am feeling more rested myself now ;)
Bests

judypatooote said...

Beautiful pictures, they look like pictures my friend brought back from China.....same syle of building.....It looks like your having a great trip.....

John Larkin said...

Your photographs are excellent! Beautifully composed. Please feel free to borrow some of mine here that I took when my wife and I visited the temple.
Cheers
John