Chinese Garden

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  1. yusia

    yusia TPF Noob!

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    Went for the short meditation to the chinese garden today, but it was crowded. At least, took some pictures. :)
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    Wow, really looks relaxing! Great series.
     
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    Thanks! :)
     
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    I especially like the last of the series, which at first appears to be a black and white, but upon closer inspection has the green of the leaves. The shadows are very interesting
    Great series!
     
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    I really like your Photo 2 here with that other woman standing there, captured in contemplation, and you don't see that the place was crowded. She seems to be all on her own.

    The gardens look inviting throughout your entire series, so if that is what (maybe even without knowing) you tried to bring home to us, i.e. let us see why you find these gardens inviting, then you succeeded.

    The last is very nice and inspires me to meditate over it.
     

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