Most tourists wouldn’t bother looking here, so this is something special. Round the side of the top of the big Buddha hill there’s a ‘mezzanine’ area.
There’s a small shrine here on a concrete wall, a bit random. I think it’s a Thai shrine, but please do tell me if I’m wrong. There’s even a headless Buddha, I don’t know what that symbolises, maybe nothing.
It always surprises me that these Buddha statues just left in random places in Thailand and no one steals them – but I guess people just don’t do it.
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Taken in Thailand, Asia © Don Charisma
5 thoughts on “Thai Wall Shrine”
Very beautiful Don and you know that I appreciate these 😀 Thank you.
🙂 you are my inspiration Irene !
Thank you so much Don 😀
Seems like there are lovely little corners everywhere in Thailand!
Did you get my story from last Monday?
Safely received, I’ve been busy in the real world domain 🙂