Big Buddha Panorama 1

Big Buddha Hill – The Final Gallery

It was a fun project, I think around 180 photos taken, some of which made up panoramas. 103 photos were published, 95 in this gallery.

The Big Buddha Hill is a very colourful place, with many delights for the eye, majesty and grace.

Without further ado, here’s all the photos in one gallery.

I do hope you’ve enjoyed looking at them as much as I have shooting, preparing and publishing them.

Here’s hoping your feed is now well and truly congested LOL 🙂

Warm regards

Don Charisma

(c) Don Charisma, taken in Thailand 2013

19 thoughts on “Big Buddha Hill – The Final Gallery

    1. Thank you 🙂 And not been to Chiang Rai as yet (lack of funds) … Hope to do some more exploring when I have a bit more money, for now I just make do with what’s close by … warm regards DC

  1. Reblogged this on Ecuador Galore and commented:
    Do you like Buddha photos? I mean do you really like Buddha photos. Don Charisma has a huge Buddha gallery in this post. Enjoy the Karma!

    1. File ’em ? All good, busy enough with the blog, enjoying what I’m doing … would like to be earning something, but it’ll come, just need to be patient 🙂 warm regards DC

  2. Great gallery Don.
    The Garden Gnome is on the hunt for a reclining Buddha for me for Christmas but all the ones he’s found so far are really tacky (covered in mirrored glass and stuff). I would never have found out about the different Buddhas if it hadn’t been for your post. So thank you 🙂

    1. Thanks Suz, and as I said to another female friend on WP, men like to build stuff, houses, shops, organisations, but women build the community, homes and make those places worth being in … I know what my apartment looked like before and after getting married, and I wondered why I ever used to bother coming home at all before LOL (divorced now) … just like to acknowledge that today, that your contribution is appreciated and welcomed. Warm regards DC

    1. An hour to take the photos, severval days to edit, and several more days to post … so yes a big project, I enjoyed and grew tremendously as a result, I can edit and take daytime photos much smoother and get much better results now … and thanks !

      All good in your hood ?

      Warm regards


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