Lingyin Temple

Buddhist statues stand in front of a wall adorned with carved Buddhist figures, at Lingyin Temple in Hangzhou, China.  © 2012 by Bridget Ehemann

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About Bridget Ehemann

Bridget is a marketing professional from Wisconsin who moved to Europe in 2009 to fulfill her passion for travel. While living in Belgium, she discovered new passions such as Pierre Marcolini chocolates (try a Câlin) and learning fun expressions in different languages. She loves culture, nature and photography and has visited almost 50 countries.
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2 Responses to Lingyin Temple

  1. Me and my family like Buddhism. We’re not monks or anything, we just love the way the Buddha isn’t made out to be something god-like. We can all become Buddhas.

  2. poemattic says:

    Absolutely beautiful.

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