Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

Photos are visual spaces where shapes and lines, objects, and people come together.

This week, explore the ways lines and shapes can converge in interesting ways through photography. You can take the theme in a literal or an abstract direction, as you see fit — from a photo of a byroad merging into a busy highway to an image of an airport terminal where people from all over the world form hectic, ephemeral communities.

This place is beautiful and the architecture is just amazing. You have to see it in person because photographs don’t do it any justice. I wish photography is allowed inside the temple so you can see just how beautiful this place is. Everything is hand carved and it’s absolutely exquisite! This temple isn’t just beautiful but also so peaceful. It is indeed a place of love, peace and harmony. ❤

Located in Chino Hills, California, the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a traditional Hindu place of worship.  Derived from the Sanskrit word Mandira, Mandir is a house of prayer that inspires faith in God and guides an individual towards spirituality.  A Mandir instills basic virtues of humanity such as forgiveness, honesty, unity, friendship, humility, tolerance, patience, sacrifice, and charity. For countless generations, Mandirs have served society through spiritual and humanitarian activities. Visit http://www.bapschinohills.org for more info.
Located in Chino Hills, California, the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a traditional Hindu place of worship.
Derived from the Sanskrit word Mandira, Mandir is a house of prayer that inspires faith in God and guides an individual towards spirituality. A Mandir instills basic virtues of humanity such as forgiveness, honesty, unity, friendship, humility, tolerance, patience, sacrifice, and charity. For countless generations, Mandirs have served society through spiritual and humanitarian activities.
Visit http://www.bapschinohills.org for more info.

*WPC

 

 

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