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Great emka 2020-05-22 3:15

Hello Gert,
This picture should be seen in the larger format, then we can see a curious scene in the left corner. These trees could be mango trees, they look similar.
I was very curious about your pictures from Bobo. Your photos are of much much better quality than the Grazyna photos but I find her "content" more interesting. Also, I like more your old picture shown here in 2008 with the mud mosque. But I love mosques of all kinds, so it is the reason. I still have in mind the streets in Senegal so for me personally this one is not especially interesting. Just the unpaved street with some people. I prefer to see some "architecture".
I like this sign Marche in the Workshop and the colourful crowd.
The quality is very good for me - nice composition, good colours and fine sharpness.

Have a nice day

MAlgo

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Old 05-22-2020, 07:03 PM
PaulVDV PaulVDV is offline
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Thank you Gert,

I know about the confusing figures in my note.
My information came from different sources. One source of information only mentioned the dates that Buddha lived and the other source only his year of birth. So take this with a grain of salt.
In any case, every Nepalese and Indian visitor was convinced that this was really the birthplace of Buddha ... and I liked the overall atmosphere.
I have no photos of inside the building. The interior was not really photogenic, but it is an important place for all those pilgrims.

All the best!
Paul

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