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Instagram hashtags for buddha, statue

All hashtags are grouped on 30 from the most popular to the least popular.

Why all hashtags are grouped on 30?
  • 30 is the maximum number of hashtags that you can add at once in the description or in the comments to the post according to the rules of Instagram.
How to use 30 hashtags in one post?
  • 1st way: copy the group of 30 hashtags, insert them into the description of the post, save.
  • 2nd way: save the publication without hashtags, copy the group of 30 hashtags and insert them into the comment under your post.
When to publish hashtags? Is it possible to use always the same hashtags? - Important to know!
  • The hashtags must be added at the moment of publication in Instagram or immediately after it, because the hashtag's feed is chronological. An easier explanation: the sooner you add hashtags after the post's publication, the more persons see your post in the feed of hashtags selected.
  • Instagram doesn't like when you use the same hashtags from post to post. Even if the theme of your posts remains the same, you can always choose different hashtags, because there are various elements in the photo. For example, if all your photos represent nature, the hashtags shouldn’t be only "nature", but could be also " sunset", "flower", "sky", "spring" etc.
  • To get more likes, use more general hashtags. For example "cafe" instead of "Starbucks". The hashtags on more general topics are more popular in Instagram, they have more viewings of posts and more likes.
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Explanations

Method of calculating popularity and how to use it.
  • On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
    The frequency of use is the number of posts on Instagram with a specific hashtag.
    It follows from this that the popularity of a set of hashtags is the total number of posts of all hashtags included in the set.
  • The more popular a hashtag set is, the more likes and followers you can get from it.
    At the same time, the more popular a set of hashtags, the faster you have to add it to the description of the post or comment to it, because the feed of hashtags is chronological and posts on more popular hashtags quickly replace each other at the top of the feed.
How to understand and use color codes (red, orange, yellow)?
  • Red - High popularity - More than 10,000,000.
  • Orange - Average popularity - More than 1,000,000 and less than 10,000,000.
  • Yellow - Low popularity - Less than 1,000,000.

Top publications

  • Life is a choice and death is a decision- taken by:

    #1, @jackthepayne, 2018.02.06, ♥ 7586

  • Great Monk, let me ask you: How can I attain liberation The Great Monk replied, Who tied you up Nobody tied me up. The Great Monk said, Then why do you seek liberation; Buddha taught that attachment leads to suffering. So the most direct path to happiness and peace is detachment.! Wat Rong Suea Ten, the Blue Temple, Chiang Rai, Thailand! No day trip to Chiang Rai is complete without a visit to this breathtaking wat, between the White Temple and Black Museum. In October of 2005, a small village in Chiang Rai turned their attention to building a distinctive blue and gold temple inspired by tradition. Full of surprises and named for the tigers that once roamed there, Wat Rong Suea Ten is a six-acre property located in Rim Kok, a subdistrict of Chiang Rai. More commonly referred to as the Blue Temple, its monastery and pagoda were built upon the ruins of an ancient temple, abandoned 80 to 100 years prior. This lesser-known temple is still not widely promoted, so there are less tourists compared to the White Temple and Black House Museum.!

    #2, @instashivatribe, 2018.02.14, ♥ 6064

  • Aye

    #3, @awaken_healers, 2018.02.10, ♥ 2798

  • What will happened when a bird fall in love with a fish The bird admires the fish for leisure under water; the fish longs for the freedom up upon the breezy sky. We human spent too much time envying the lives of others, take what we have for granted and disregard them. This suffering of craving, is one of the eight sufferings Buddha talked about in human life! To appreciate others value is a virtue to learn; while the appreciation for everything we have in life is a wisdom wait to be enlightened! 當天上的鳥愛上水裡的魚? 這是怎樣的一場緣起緣滅⋯⋯⋯ 鳥羨慕魚兒在水中的悠遊自在 魚兒卻渴望鳥的飛翔 如此自由遼闊⋯ 人;對於已經擁有的價值 總視為理所當然 甚至無視存在! 一味羨慕別人所擁有的一切⋯⋯ 人;總在求不得中受苦! 懂得欣賞別人的價值 更懂得珍惜自己擁有的一切!

    #4, @hhao1208, 2017.06.18, ♥ 1424

  • Plesame Dakujem za and hair by

    #5, @karinhaydu, 2018.02.03, ♥ 1014

  • Don t be like one of those people who beat themselves up for when they allow themselves to have emotions and feelings that are not the best. It s okay to think negative thoughts sometimes as long as you don t let that negativity define you. Watch your thoughts come and go as clouds, don t judge them, just let them be and go. Suppression leads to depression. You don t always have to be positive all the time but at least be greatful, there s always something to be greatful for. Some tips for people who tend to overthink: Plan a specific time to overthink, put a time limit to it but don t allow yourself to think negatively endlessly. Write down your thoughts then you see that some thoughts are continuously repeating. Distract yourself Limit your choices. Fewer choices makes deciding easier. Let go of perfection. Strive for good enough rather than perfect. Embrace mistakes. Mistakes and disagreements are part of the growth process. Stay present-focused don t spend time in what if land.

    #6, @kryskryssuh, 2018.01.25, ♥ 979

  • If you have a goal, dream that gets you excited if you really want something in life so bad, never give up cause the moment you re about to give up is the moment when the most amazing things ever, happen. Sometimes the Universe sends obstacles on the way during reaching our goals because it wants to see if you really want that thing you say you want. If you give up it only means you didn t actually want that goal or whatever thing enough. You didn t want it enough so you weren t willing to stand for it and fight for it. Failures are only lessons need to be learned. Failures are part of any success journey. If you fail, learn to feel good about it, failure can be pleasurable, it can enhance your inner drive to follow your passions. Failure only brings you closer and closer to manifesting your goals. Failure is an incredible learning experience. Change the way you perceive failure, it can be a positive opportunity for growth. Know that you re still worthy, valuable and everything is OK with you even if you fail. You can still love yourself even if you fail, it is detached from your self-worth. Failure only shows how dedicated you are to reach your goals. Failing is a prerequisite for success. Embrace failure as a key step in learning and remember all the high achievers have failed, all successful people have failed and they kept going. Stay persistent even when faced failure. In order to grow and succeed you need failure. Except always to succeed but when failing happens, accept it with understanding. There is value in failure. Failure makes you find better and faster ways to achieve your goals, to reach your full potential, it can maximize your motivation, passion and determination. Use failure always as a lesson; it helps you grow as a person.

    #7, @kryskryssuh, 2018.02.05, ♥ 925

  • Surround yourself with people who inspire you and whose energy makes you want to be a better person and do your best. Find yourself a mentor or mentors. Find someone who has already what you want to have and learn from them what they did to achieve their deepest desires. Sucessful people build each other up, they lift each other up. Also read inspirational books, success stories, do your research, to stay motivated and inspired listen to daily positive affirmations

    #8, @kryskryssuh, 2018.01.13, ♥ 876

  • Anti.

    #9, @brianwdowling, 2018.02.01, ♥ 792

  • The Bayon Temple in Siem Reap is one of the most incredible places I ve ever been. Isn t it crazy that the enormous stone temples, statues and complexes of Angkor Wat were built nearly a thousand years ago with nothing more than human willpower, some elephants and ancient ingenuity It s even more mind blowing that you actually get to climb all over these ancient ruins- they re not behind ropes. You get to touch, feel and walk all over them and experience history right under your fingertips. If you d like to visit(which I highly recommend), I ve got all the tips, details and insider info you need on my site- link in bio.

    #10, @cimeronmorrissey, 2018.01.28, ♥ 665

  • By Show us the most authentic artist Lifestyle with vibedailys Follow All rights belong to their respective owner

    #11, @vibedailys, 2018.02.14, ♥ 624

  • Sunset in Ankara.

    #12, @mindcrimek, 2017.12.27, ♥ 602

  • You have infinite possibilities to be whoever you want to be and to do whatever you want to do. Don t settle for less, don t settle for mediocrity just cause it s easier. Also don t ever let small minds convince you that your dreams are too big. Stop listening to negative people, negative parents, friends(negative people have no place in someone s life who values themselves, distance yourself from negativity) who try to bring you down and say you can t do smth cause they re lying you can do anything you want if you believe you can do it you can. The reason why some1 says you can t do smth is cause they can t do it, they failed at their dreams and goals so now they re bitter about it and try to discourage you. Use that negativity for motivation, don t let it affect you, don t let it break you. We have to understand that just because our mom, dad, teacher in a place of authority said it doesn t make it right. We are only human-as are they. Everyone is prone to conditioning, limitations, fears and places that still require healing. Think for yourself.- Vex King. At the end of the day it s your life and you re gonna work in that job, don t do things you don t want to do, be yourself and do what makes you happy. You don t need to work on a shitty job you don t like just to earn money cause money is just a byproduct of doing what you love. Your happiness is a priority it s your business it has nothing to do with anybody else. You know what s best for you. Speak your truth even if your voice shakes. What your heart already knows, the mind can only dream of.- Ralph Smart. Our heart is said to be the second brain and it is so many times more powerful than our actual brain, follow your heart. Follow your gut feelings, your intuition.

    #13, @kryskryssuh, 2018.02.12, ♥ 560

  • Rule your mind or it will rule you. Words well said by Buddha. Our minds create our experience- what are you creating for yourself

    #14, @projectmindfulness.co, 2016.12.20, ♥ 549

  • Tower Bridge, London am 14.09.2017

    #15, @cu.pfer, 2017.09.17, ♥ 545

  • My „I wasn t ready face.

    #16, @dave_ardito, 2018.01.31, ♥ 497

  • Thessaloniki! My city!

    #17, @photography__by__stella, 2018.01.30, ♥ 458

  • Because glowing skin is always in! Combating dry skin this winter, with my all time favorite products for a perfect, dewy glowy look! The Re(Marc)able full cover foundation has been my holy grail for the longest time, but I ve recently splurged on the Undercover perfecting face coconut primer and the photo finish primer oil, because my skin has been getting tons of dry patches lately. These two new products have made the biggest difference on my skin. They aren t super oily at all, just moisturizing& hydrating, and have gotten rid of the dry cakey patches I would get after applying my foundation. It s a win!. Skin type: I have combination skin, but I am more on the oily side, specially on my chin, upper lip and on the sides of my nose.

    #18, @taliegalvez, 2018.01.17, ♥ 436

  • Those we love never truly leave us. There are things that death cannot touch. Jack Thorne

    #19, @bissan76, 2018.02.04, ♥ 435

  • Sometimes you need a little OM in your life like our. We are looking for DM us if you are interested!. With every purchase we donate to building wells in impoverished countries! Let s get stylish while giving back!.

    #20, @flowerofliving, 2018.02.07, ♥ 430

  • Duality. The guest series. Acrylic on canvas. 100*200 Available. Work from solo show at.mkhv This is the only real place from this series. Cafe on cora of Boudanath stupa/Katmandu during Nyingma monlam. It was such a big contrast of a sun and darkness inside that it was a very deep impression about differences of the mood and values in one moment.

    #21, @akue1, 2018.02.07, ♥ 427

  • cloudy rainy Michalovce(Slovakia)

    #22, @pm.real.photos, 2018.01.27, ♥ 416

  • Alba Carolina Fortress.

    #23, @laura.vesa, 2017.06.23, ♥ 355

  • . On Lincoln s Birthday in NYC.

    #24, @larrynicosia, 2018.02.12, ♥ 349

  • How big you been today in the eye of god you are the dust.

    #25, @krissada_kuan, 2018.01.25, ♥ 337

  • Amazing sunset.

    #26, @taviphotos, 2018.02.05, ♥ 336

  • antiques

    #27, @aaknoop_interiors, 2017.04.25, ♥ 319

  • Ready for the week! But first, coffee! Joining

    #28, @bohemianair, 2018.02.05, ♥ 317

  • Ephemeral hat and collar. de

    #29, @heike_byhr, 2018.02.08, ♥ 314

  • Need to back and take shots with my DSLR.

    #30, @allankostykphotography, 2018.01.15, ♥ 300

  • Any action done with beauty and purity, and in complete harmony of body, mind and soul, is Art.*

    #31, @natasha_adrastea, 2018.02.11, ♥ 293

  • Melancholy.

    #32, @bottinell, 2018.01.18, ♥ 291

  • And here comes The Winter s Tale- Shakespeare s great romance/tragedy, inspiring us today through the creative alchemy of, and. Lighting up the stage is The Royal Ballet s extraordinary Principal who never fails to move the heart with the pathos and quiet dignity she brings to the role she created as Queen Hermione-/- Tis time; descend; be stone no more-/-

    #33, @lahollings, 2018.02.13, ♥ 270

  • Just think of the time it s going to take me to shovel all that snow. I d rather fix myself a hot chocolate.

    #34, @adagrim71, 2018.02.08, ♥ 268

  • the lady in the light&

    #35, @hajemars, 2017.12.14, ♥ 267

  • Cristo Redentor- from there you have an amazing view over Rio de Janeiro.

    #36, @onmyjourney_, 2018.02.12, ♥ 265

  • Choices

    #37, @sigsje, 2018.02.03, ♥ 260

  • is

    #38, @thaijomedia, 2018.01.29, ♥ 259

  • Buddha Buddha

    #39, @chazdean, 2018.02.09, ♥ 257

  • Statue of Antonio Lopez y Lopez, Marquis of Comillas Cantabria Spain.

    #40, @laura.vesa, 2017.09.28, ♥ 253

  • Name one person that didn t try to taught his followers taught his followers taught his followers taught his followers It just comes so natural. If truth is obtained, you cannot help but try to open as many eyes as you can. So if someone tries to open your eyes let them, and if someone s eyes are closed, open them

    #41, @layers_of_aware, 2017.12.23, ♥ 250

  • Universal Thoughts

    #42, @awoken_spirits, 2018.02.11, ♥ 242

  • The Vision Bleak II My thoughts sinking in nothingness in these days, since you left. I am PARAlysed, far, far away from hunger or thirst, and sometimes I forget to breathe. It is like a waking DREAM I cannot steer, I cannot understand, I cannot accept. The world stands still. Likewise the TIME. But if there is NO time, no world outside, if there is NOTHing. This is the Vision Bleak, and I am trapped.

    #43, @vexagram, 2017.10.08, ♥ 234

  • The gate keeper.

    #44, @helen_littlenelly, 2018.01.27, ♥ 228

  • Las Vegas, USA

    #45, @tonigrado, 2018.02.01, ♥ 213

  • Beeing a tourist

    #46, @lisann_mia, 2017.08.31, ♥ 205

  • The Vision Bleak III

    #47, @vexagram, 2017.11.12, ♥ 199

  • Thankful for the wild places, the wild creatures and the wild souls that share this earth.

    #48, @theartoflivingzen, 2017.11.24, ♥ 199

  • The athlete Second post for my

    #49, @kriton273, 2018.02.12, ♥ 196

  • curious collection

    #50, @hajemars, 2018.01.21, ♥ 196

  • God/the Universe/Mother Nature(whatever you want to call her/him/it) works in the most obvious ways. Took this photo this summer at the beach with my niece. Do you see an angel too

    #51, @theartoflivingzen, 2017.11.24, ♥ 195

  • Via- Microwaves are radiating human life. Please buy LIQUID KELP, an IODINE Supplement, and start a 1-2 drop regimen a day! Technology in the hands of humans is like an angry baboon with a blowtorch in a field on tied down kittens. We have NO fucking clue what we are doing. Please stop. Disable it. Use it as a FARRADAY cage instead, keep an old cell phone inside of it so in the event of an EMP, you can tap into the satellites if they re operational. No surrender. No quarter. No options.

    #52, @awaken_healers, 2018.02.12, ♥ 193

  • Yoga is not about self-improvement. It s about self-acceptance ॐ

    #53, @basic.principles, 2018.02.05, ♥ 188

  • What does this mean to you

    #54, @theartoflivingzen, 2017.11.10, ♥ 187

  • Today is a good day to remember the sense of control we so desperately try to hold on to is a grand illusion. Today is a good day to remember to just breathe.

    #55, @wanderingshijin, 2018.02.10, ♥ 178

  • , enjoy the, is all over. wish a

    #56, @rakwa1506, 2018.01.20, ♥ 177

  • A slipper sliding off the left foot, the other squashed beneath the right; breeches unbuttoned; stockings sliding down. Who could it be but Roubiliac s sublimely relaxed George Frideric Handel

    #57, @soaniclb, 2018.02.09, ♥ 173

  • The Nature of Emptiness: Part 1. What is Emptiness

    #58, @theartoflivingzen, 2017.12.04, ♥ 171

  • An old photo snapped by me for three old men in 1983 in Piazza Signoria, Florence Italy. Maybe they are gone and don t exist anymore, but the statue is still there. Una vecchia foto che scattai a tre vecchi signori in Piazza Signoria 1983, Firenze, Italia. Forse se ne sono andati e non esistono più, ma la statua è ancora lì.

    #59, @frankartistictouch, 2016.10.04, ♥ 166

  • We waste time looking for the perfect lover, instead of creating the perfect love. ♡♡♡ Es ist eine frische neue Podcast- Folge grade online gegangen zum Thema „SEX.* Welche Erwartungshaltung haben Männer/ Frauen beim SEX* Woher kommt unsere Erwartungshaltung eigentlich* Wann ist Sex „gut* Wie wichtig ist SEX in einer funktionierenden Partnerschaft ♡♡♡ Wir gehen mit Freude all diese Fragen an und möchten mit dieser Episode dem Thema einen farbenfrohen neuen Anstrich schenken. ♡♡♡ Viel Freude beim Reinhören der Link ist in der Bio

    #60, @basic.principles, 2018.02.02, ♥ 163

  • The Pretty one

    #61, @lens_on_nature47, 2018.01.13, ♥ 160

  • The view of Victoria Square walked through on our way to the Birmingham museum.

    #62, @cg_addict, 2018.01.26, ♥ 159

  • The beginning of love is the will to let those we love be perfectly themselves, the resolution not to twist them to fit our own image. If in loving them we do not love what they are, but only their potential likeness to ourselves, then we do not love them: we only love the reflection of ourselves we find in them ☙ Thomas Merton, No Man Is an Island

    #63, @basic.principles, 2018.02.03, ♥ 158

  • Last one from the museum, then back to nature

    #64, @cg_addict, 2018.01.26, ♥ 158

  • You can only lose what you cling to.-Buddha:.belmont

    #65, @thenameislinda, 2018.01.19, ♥ 153

  • My little Buddha baby. New fun graphic artwork

    #66, @mercedes.yvette, 2018.01.23, ♥ 152

  • Perpetual stress.hurndell

    #67, @pete.hurndell, 2018.02.07, ♥ 152

  • Crouching Tiger Hidden Codd-Fish.

    #68, @liamcodd1, 2018.01.02, ♥ 151

  • Miffy Fun Fact: Did you know that you can visit whenever you want Check out the statue at the Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria next time you re in town. Image courtesy of The Contemporary Austin.

    #69, @miffy_official_usa, 2018.01.24, ♥ 150

  • Im too fat to be a statue, nevertheless i want to own a statue of myself

    #70, @seeqofficial, 2017.10.12, ♥ 150

  • Wat Rong Khun, Chiang Rai, Tailandia. Es un templo contemporaneo no convencional Budista e hinduista. Su construcción empezo en 1997. Se decoro en color blanco y cristales. El color blanco significa la pureza de Budista, el cristal significa la sabiduría de Buda. Como la luz que brilla en el mundo y el universo. Wat Rong Khun, Chiang Rai, Thailand. It is an unconventional Buddhist and Hindu contemporary temple. Its construction started in 1997. It is decorated in white and crystals. The color white means the purity of the buddhist, the crystal means the wisdom of the Buddha. As the light that shines in the world and the universe.

    #71, @isabel_l_v, 2018.02.04, ♥ 149

  • Buddha art Art Print- Art by Anil Kumar Mandal Cupick

    #72, @buddhaculture, 2018.01.22, ♥ 146

  • When I say my body is a temple, this is usually the kind of temple I mean.

    #73, @ginagetslost, 2018.02.07, ♥ 146

  • YOUR PROBLEM ISN T THE PROBLEM, YOUR REACTION IS THE PROBLEM. in.

    #74, @w1d1y4t1, 2018.02.05, ♥ 145

  • Thailand

    #75, @mariarelano, 2017.12.20, ♥ 144

  • This is a everyone should recognise. This is a simple mirroring of a traditional of or or just. The statue is is. At some point in my youth a friend of mine pointed out that santa is for the name of a obviously demon. This got my young mind thinking about whether there is a link between the names and. I actually don t know but I have seen images of toys in remote parts of india that a in a crucifix. This occurs as some people confuse Santa and Christ. I guess someone could do a in how this is all linked if they had the time and the.

    #76, @alchemystreet01, 2018.01.25, ♥ 138

  • &shade Italian

    #77, @aaknoop_interiors, 2017.04.12, ♥ 137

  • Look at everything always as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time: Thus is your time on earth filled with glory. Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn ︎ We re spending our day in the National Park ︎ Have a look in the story. it s beautiful

    #78, @basic.principles, 2018.01.31, ♥ 136

  • We re here to see the queen!

    #79, @get.cultured, 2018.02.04, ♥ 136

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    #80, @ele.luna.x, 2018.02.14, ♥ 136

  • Cloudy day* Holmenkollen, Oslo, Norway

    #81, @papareizzi.pix, 2018.01.13, ♥ 128

  • Somewhere in Scotland.

    #82, @loving_chill_out, 2018.02.11, ♥ 127

  • www.persianbambina.com Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. Carl Jung Latest painting: OM Acrylic on canvas. 30in x 40in

    #83, @persianbambina, 2018.01.05, ♥ 125

  • BUDDHA,

    #84, @nitinartdesign, 2018.01.28, ♥ 124

  • *AVAILABLE DESIGN* I would love to tattoo this so am offering it at a discounted rate!.DM OR EMAIL ME if you are interested!. Email- info-frost.com WWW.LUCY-FROST.COM.

    #85, @lucyfrost_tattoo, 2018.02.06, ♥ 124

  • Smiles with Garuda. Lately it s been all working and meeting various travelers. And of course some photo shoot action(bts in my story). I ll be taking a mini Bali break for a few days in Kuala Lumpur soon. I ve been there before, but would love suggestions on what to do!

    #86, @hannahfreckles, 2018.01.30, ♥ 123

  • Polished by light.:.hurndell

    #87, @pete.hurndell, 2018.02.03, ♥ 123

  • Thiksey monastery is settled on the hilltop approximately 19 kilometers east of Leh in Ladakh, India. Thiksey is a twelve storied monastery and home to 120 monks. ⠀ ⠀ https:/buff.ly/2EdjYRN

    #88, @mysimplesojourn, 2018.01.26, ♥ 120

  • He drove his expensive car into a tree and found out how the Mercedes bends.

    #89, @planetobscura, 2018.02.07, ♥ 120

  • Unfocus to Focus

    #90, @nanocalvo, 2018.01.25, ♥ 120

  • Buddha.

    #91, @beebi_shifumi, 2018.02.09, ♥ 118

  • Spazi geometrici. Punctuated surface.

    #92, @ennebiph, 2018.02.05, ♥ 115

  • 2. Resolution is to be more mindful. Being more mindful of others. Being more mindful of myself. Be grateful of people, things and experiences. 2018 going to be mindful practices. About practicing.explorer

    #93, @authentic_rohitsoni, 2018.01.03, ♥ 113

  • A lot of people cry when they cut onions. The trick is not to form an emotional bond.

    #94, @planetobscura, 2018.01.22, ♥ 112

  • In Buddhism symbolic offerings are made to the Triple Gem- the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha, giving rise to contemplative gratitude and inspiration. Offerings are simple objects such as a lit candle, burning incense, flowers, food, fruit, water or drinks.

    #95, @glennygoesglobal, 2018.02.08, ♥ 111

  • Have a super awesome weekend all my friends:)! Make it a chain of great experiences and enjoy them to the fullest Remember to follow for more daily content and for original post Credit:

    #96, @inspireyourbea5t, 2018.02.12, ♥ 111

  • Rule your mind or it will rule you. Buddha. Canon EOS REBEL TSi, 18-55mm, 1/800, f/4.0, ISO 200.

    #97, @palang1976, 2018.02.06, ♥ 110

  • Choijin Lama Temple Choijin Lama Temple is a Buddhist monastery in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It is only a block away from Sukhbaatar Square in downtown. Comstruction of the temple was built in 1908 in honor of the State Oracle Lama Lubsanhaidub, brother of the eighth Bodg Khan. The temple was closed in 1937 during the period of communist repression against Buddhism and other Mongolian religious traditions, but was re-opened as a musuem in 1938 and suriveved 50 years of communism. It was-30C(or-30F, not really that different) the day I visited the temple. And there s no heat in the temple. Am sure I will be there again in the summer. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM.

    #98, @proletariangray, 2018.02.04, ♥ 110

  • The antiquity selfie taker.

    #99, @armgd, 2018.01.31, ♥ 110

  • .effigy of a hunter.

    #100, @the.art.of.virtual.worlds, 2018.02.14, ♥ 109

  • Just a reminder to not take things to seriously, lest of all ourselves. Life is sure good ain t it

    #101, @theartoflivingzen, 2018.01.18, ♥ 109

  • Where is your favorite place to work ☙ ☓ ↡↡↡

    #102, @basic.principles, 2018.02.03, ♥ 108

  • The Nature of Emptiness: Part 3 Why Emptiness Matters

    #103, @theartoflivingzen, 2018.01.14, ♥ 108

  • Do you have a picture with Nahko This gifted custom painting was a excellent idea taking a few things her husband new she loved and a recent photo taken with at a concert!

    #104, @morphisart, 2018.01.27, ♥ 107

  • Golden ratio buddha

    #105, @buddhaculture, 2018.02.02, ♥ 106

  • Always So much fun to be back in antwerp

    #106, @veroraes, 2018.01.26, ♥ 106

  • Enlightenment

    #107, @eye_see_life, 2018.02.03, ♥ 106

  • Shanti Stupa is situated on the hilltop at Changspa in Leh. This white color stupa is decorated with multicolor Buddha and traditional Buddhist designs.

    #108, @mysimplesojourn, 2018.01.27, ♥ 105

  • Never been so happy to see a Buddha.

    #109, @d_am1n, 2017.12.29, ♥ 103

  • My latest creations! All handmade and unique. Gunmetal hand jewelry and Druzy Quartz bracelets. Available online at www.persianbambina.com or in store at Do The Extraordinary in Downtown Seattle.

    #110, @persianbambina, 2017.10.05, ♥ 103

  • Sunset is a wonderful opportunity for us to appreciate all the great things life gives us

    #111, @basic.principles, 2018.02.02, ♥ 102

  • Sukothai- Historical Park- Thailand

    #112, @beebi_shifumi, 2018.02.07, ♥ 101

  • Detail of a statue depicting the crucifixion of Christ from St Barnabas Church in Pimlico, London and also an example of the Oxford Movement s influence on architecture. The Oxford Movement of the early and mid 19th century was an attempt of reform from within the Anglican Church that was concerned with returning the Church of England to its Catholic roots in belief& worship. Architects associated with the movement used the Gothic Revival Style in the 19th century as a means to promote Catholic ideas. St Barnabas Church, built in 1850, is a prime example.

    #113, @glenpaulhammond, 2017.04.14, ♥ 101

  • Shanti Stupa was built by Japanese for peace and harmony. This white-dome structure dedicated to Buddhism. The believers encircle the stupa to pay respect to Buddha. Valley

    #114, @mysimplesojourn, 2018.01.28, ♥ 98

  • Bianche figure danzanti. Mythologic ghosts.

    #115, @ennebiph, 2018.01.26, ♥ 98

  • Sunset on the Highlands. Buddha overlooking all the geometrics in the sky.

    #116, @weavenstitches, 2017.12.28, ♥ 98

  • Last night in Phnom Menh, Cambodia The statue behind me is Norodom Sihanouk, the father king of Cambodia.

    #117, @big_cat_paris, 2018.01.08, ♥ 96

  • Be where you are, otherwise you will miss your Life.

    #118, @stephanykahl, 2018.01.28, ♥ 95

  • Statue of czech poet Jan Skacel. Excellent art work made of steel tubes. It´s located on the hill very near of Spilberk castle. There is a great view on the Brno city.

    #119, @petr_nossek, 2017.12.11, ♥ 95

  • Another from my trip to with

    #120, @drewkabi, 2018.02.13, ♥ 94

  • Today s mantra was why not When you re a solo traveler, you have to take the mental initiative to do just about anything. With few people to advise you or influence you on dozens of little decisions every day, it s easy to find yourself in a strange or lonely mental state. Today was about getting out of my own head and exploring this amazing city. Should I get off my ass and wander through this unfamiliar barrio Should I sample this questionable street food Should I sit on this random city bench and meditate WHY NOT

    #121, @neil.goldsmith, 2018.01.28, ♥ 94

  • Chiang Mai is full of beautiful, uniquely designed temples within walking distance of one another!

    #122, @awayshegoes__, 2018.01.29, ♥ 93

  • 517 years old now and still 5m17cm tall. David a symbol for freedom and independence.

    #123, @anothr11i, 2018.01.27, ♥ 91

  • Designed by Ddraw/ Freepik

    #124, @buddhaculture, 2018.01.23, ♥ 90

  • Golden statue with a coat of snake skin.

    #125, @zerozerojulien, 2018.01.31, ♥ 90

  • Here is a tibetan buddhist nun enjoying the meatless meat from and saving animal lives as a buddhist tenet holders. Buddhism is not just a religion but a philosophy, a practical doctrine. Buddha saw that life s very purpose is happiness. He also saw that while ignorance binds being in endless frustration and suffering, wisdom is liberating. This kind of pluralistic approach in which individuals themselves are responsible is very much in accord with a democratic outlook. I, believe that individuals can make a difference in society. As a Buddhist, I try to develop compassion myself- not just from a religious point, but from a humanitarian one as well. To encourage myself in this altruistic attitude, I sometimes find it helpful to imagine myself, a single individual, on one side and on the other a huge gathering of all innocent beings. Then I ask myself, Whose interests are more important To me it is then quite clear that, however important I may feel, I am only one, while others form the majority. The majority comprising of billions of innocent animals who appreciate happiness and democracy as much as you and i do. Consider going vegan if you are not already.

    #126, @vegan_felisha, 2018.01.24, ♥ 89

  • Now all the money on the railing should have tipped me off, but I just went right along, until the statue winked at me. I let out a screech! Then we all had a good laugh. So as in most things in Vegas, they are not always as they seem.

    #127, @vegasbeckons, 2018.02.11, ♥ 87

  • Detail of the Memorial: the winged Victory.

    #128, @maseco_65, 2018.02.09, ♥ 85

  • I always find a bottom to photograph. Even today, at the British Museum, with I spotted one.

    #129, @drewkabi, 2018.02.13, ♥ 85

  • Meditation.

    #130, @shazclarke7, 2018.02.09, ♥ 82

  • Alas, the won t allow this a. This piece is called Muse of Discovery and it is one of nine permanent pieces located in.

    #131, @benjaminmainville, 2018.01.10, ♥ 81

  • Pompei Neapel. RH.

    #132, @ilsehammerschmidt, 2018.02.11, ♥ 81

  • I love strolling through the city. Always something new to discover. What could be the name of this little statue Love me, don t eat me- We are friends-not food

    #133, @jukah__, 2017.12.23, ♥ 81

  • This statue continues to intrigue me

    #134, @robertfink_photography, 2018.02.14, ♥ 78

  • None, Lhasa. 2011.

    #135, @mesorteilsenvoyage, 2018.01.29, ♥ 76

  • This enthroned mother goddess from the 2nd century BCE once held three infants in her lap, of which only two have survived. The statue stood with similar pieces in a sanctuary north of Naples. The name of this local deity for the protection of children remains unknown. Along with several other protective goddesses and gods from different epochs and cultures, she ll be on view in our exhibition Watch Out: Children! Protected. Loved. Threatened. until the 14th of January.⠀ ⠀ Die hier auf einem Thron sitzende Matrone aus dem 2. Jahrhundert v.u.Z. hielt ursprünglich drei Wickelkinder im Schoß, von denen nur noch zwei erhalten sind. Die Statue stand in einem Heiligtum in Curti nördlich von Neapel. Wie die lokale Gottheit zum Schutz der Kinder hieß, ist leider nicht überliefert. Zusammen mit Schutz-Göttinen und-Göttern aus anderen Epochen und Kulturen ist sie noch bis zum 14. Januar 2018 in unserer Ausstellung Vorsicht Kinder! geschützt, geliebt, gefährdet zu sehen.⠀ ⠀ Heiligtum von Curti, Kampanien, Italien,-2. Jh.⠀ Sanctuary of Curti, Campania Italy,-2nd Century⠀ Antikensammlung Staatliche Museen zu Berlin⠀ ⠀ Foto: David von Becker

    #136, @humboldtforum, 2017.12.25, ♥ 76

  • Ludwig van Beethoven(Bonn, Germany, December 17)

    #137, @kdragoudaki, 2018.02.13, ♥ 74

  • Meditation hall near Shanti stupa in Leh. Everyone is allowed inside the hall to prayer.

    #138, @mysimplesojourn, 2018.01.31, ♥ 73

  • Pier 39

    #139, @shancat0.0_on_the_loose, 2017.08.23, ♥ 73

  • I ve been here in Thailand. I visited so many wat that is built long time ago. There are rich in history and kind people. Love the country. But I felt something bad. Cause of the people who are selling themselves.well that may not be my business though. Lol. What I have to say is that i come back here one day

    #140, @daiki__goto, 2017.11.25, ♥ 73

  • Adam s Peak(the place where Adam first set foot on earth after being cast out of heaven). Il primo posto dove Adamo ha messo piede dopo esser stato cacciato dal paradiso terrestre

    #141, @bruno_morris_dn, 2018.01.27, ♥ 72

  • the pacific northwest has been living up to it s wintery reputation lately with lots of precipitation. sometimes the weather feels a little too grey, but then I remember that all that rain means that there are a ton of really green scenes to be found in the area. what is normal winter weather where you live wright park. tacoma, washington.

    #142, @srochellephotography, 2018.02.06, ♥ 72

  • Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

    #143, @peonesneverstop, 2017.12.28, ♥ 71

  • The Nature of Emptiness: Part 2 How to be Empty

    #144, @theartoflivingzen, 2018.01.10, ♥ 71

  • BUDDHA BELLY The only overweight bamboo we sell. Hide the neighbours.

    #145, @mrbamboo_sydney, 2018.01.13, ♥ 69

  • Good morning, snow again today! Here a picture from Monday: a nice place to sit and rest.-

    #146, @ga1806, 2018.02.15, ♥ 69

  • There s no need to argue anymore.

    #147, @rain_stagram, 2018.01.16, ♥ 68

  • This is the war Memorial and ossuary that overlooking the Vittorio Veneto square, the oldest square in my town. lombardia

    #148, @maseco_65, 2018.02.09, ♥ 68

  • Rain Blessings coming.

    #149, @weavenstitches, 2018.01.02, ♥ 68

  • Statue of woman without head(National Roman Museum). I see Marilyn.

    #150, @fantariah_art, 2017.11.25, ♥ 67

  • On the very top of Pratumnak Hill, between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach, you can t fail to notice an enormous 18 metre tall Buddha popping up through the trees. This Big Buddha the largest in the region is the highlight of Wat Phra Yai, a temple built in the 1940s when Pattaya was nothing more than a fishing village. The Big Buddha is extremely popular with tour groups who love to see the intricate design of the statue and the temple complex, but it is also revered by local people who come to pray at the temple. Despite the crowds, the wreaths of flowers and burning incense create a reflective mood in which to explore the many smaller Buddha statues, partial views of Jomtien Beach, and the pavilion hall which has a beautifully painted mosaic on the walls. Перевод: В Паттайске есть большой 18 метровый Будда, самый большой из всех в регионе. Так же тут открывается шикарный вид на окрестности. Советую сходить.

    #151, @basillios_, 2018.01.30, ♥ 66

  • Love and tranquility to each of you, rising and coming Buddhas

    #152, @theartoflivingzen, 2018.01.10, ♥ 66

  • Delicious Buddha bowl

    #153, @gracefully_vegan_, 2018.01.29, ♥ 65

  • regard from visioni sparse

    #154, @francescoangelobrero, 2018.01.05, ♥ 65

  • Statue of Vadim Makhorov, Kyiv.

    #155, @turl.e, 2018.01.27, ♥ 63

  • What will you do when JRA happens to you

    #156, @jakefromstkparm, 2018.01.14, ♥ 62

  • .another view of war Memorial and ossuary with the Winged Victory.in my town.

    #157, @maseco_65, 2018.02.11, ♥ 61

  • Frantiskanska zahrada, Franciscan Garden

    #158, @ladawillow96, 2017.12.05, ♥ 60

  • La Llotja/ One of the finest neoclassical building in Barcelona XVIII/

    #159, @marco_ansaloni, 2018.01.12, ♥ 60

  • Meditating Buddha

    #160, @indian_photographer_, 2018.01.08, ♥ 59

  • Fireman vs Fireman.

    #161, @davmonterophotography, 2018.01.15, ♥ 58

  • My entry for rub for good luck

    #162, @dirtymcgritty, 2018.02.15, ♥ 58

  • From Series Monks at Leisure

    #163, @alexmwolfewarman, 2018.01.31, ♥ 57

  • It s a jungle out there.

    #164, @live.a.life.of.love, 2018.02.10, ♥ 56

  • Random scenery from a trip in car. Making randomness something special and immortal. Part 11.

    #165, @ludovic.othello, 2018.02.14, ♥ 56

  • Belladonna lilies, hydrangeas and agapanthus from the monastery gardens flank the golden Buddha statue for evening chanting. Chockdee the cat leads the chanting during last weekend s meditation retreat Thanks for photos

    #166, @kimmcsweeney52, 2018.02.05, ♥ 56

  • From my day of sightseeing with

    #167, @missrosalinemarie, 2018.01.26, ♥ 53

  • So hot in the garden now, the flowers are giving up. Hydrangeas, nandina and variegated pine in celadon lotus bowl. Fun vintage grandmother and grandfather ornaments, happy Buddha and kuan yin.

    #168, @kimmcsweeney52, 2018.02.09, ♥ 53

  • Dicks and ballsacks out for harambe gorilla.

    #169, @art.byjoyce, 2018.01.30, ♥ 52

  • Sunday arvo garden chills with

    #170, @agnesbeachbabe, 2018.01.07, ♥ 51

  • Natural

    #171, @arktrux, 2018.02.15, ♥ 51

  • Pandulena caves,Nasik.

    #172, @__h_a_r_r_y____, 2018.02.09, ♥ 48

  • Mcgill giant ass wolf statue scares me at night, passed by and thought it was alive.

    #173, @art.byjoyce, 2018.01.30, ♥ 48

  • The 16 metre long Eternity-Buddha in Nirvana sculpture at the NGV combines Chinese& classical European art.

    #174, @annieb888, 2018.02.14, ♥ 48

  • Without the beginning, there is nothing to worry about the end. Buddha Teachings.

    #175, @sugarhoneyframes, 2018.01.09, ♥ 46

  • Kiss- Amor& Psyche. Statue of Antonio Canova. Eremitage, St. Petersburg. Europe.

    #176, @_idm_photography, 2018.02.11, ♥ 45

  • Thank you Buddha.I feel peace when I pray for you.

    #177, @ayu_karina_keiko, 2018.02.12, ♥ 45

  • The trinity- wonder woman art of war; adam hughes- batman black and white; jason fabok- superman man of steel; john romita jr Mix and match these statues to make YOUR ideal trinity!

    #178, @tristan.d, 2017.03.11, ♥ 45

  • Our men collection kept growing. Repost jewelrybeads

    #179, @mussojewelry, 2018.01.06, ♥ 44

  • St. Francis on the Patio w American Indian Heart

    #180, @roewarren, 2017.12.27, ♥ 44

  • This teacher is magical for posting this in her classroom. Making hearts melt and crap. Thank you, for finding this!

    #181, @creativebuckeye.mintrelish, 2018.02.16, ♥ 43

  • The basket you get when you close that big deal!

    #182, @aagiftbasketsoffical, 2018.02.02, ♥ 42

  • Hey me! Yes yes yes

    #183, @squishie_pete, 2018.02.02, ♥ 42

  • Meditation under the grapevines in the sculpture garden at this morning s retreat

    #184, @kimmcsweeney52, 2018.02.04, ♥ 42

  • I decided what to have for dinner under the tree of enlightenment, didn t disappoint

    #185, @abbymatts, 2018.01.25, ♥ 41

  • Been waiting along time for dc icons Static!

    #186, @tristan.d, 2017.04.06, ♥ 41

  • Art can be seen everywhere we look

    #187, @elijahletren, 2018.01.09, ♥ 40

  • This is from a test roll taken with a camera that I replaced the light seals on. Glad to see there aren t any light leaks.

    #188, @owenstewartjr, 2018.02.08, ♥ 40

  • Today s favorite, Girl with a Dolphin.

    #189, @nella_nelland, 2018.02.12, ♥ 39

  • I sold this heavy textured Buddha to a guy named Mat in Maryland. Thanks Mat! You re awesome

    #190, @artby_tara, 2018.02.11, ♥ 39

  • Ave Caesar!

    #191, @thisisstole, 2018.01.06, ♥ 37

  • These two guys had so mich influence on the spirit of many people in the east of. Many people followed them in the fight against and for a good life. On the other side, people with other minds wanted to take the ideas out of the. But thats why Berlin is a magical: Berlin people live for capitalism but with a heart of. I heard this one time and I can accept it. Motivation:.curl

    #192, @gregorgolle, 2018.02.03, ♥ 37

  • How s the serenity.

    #193, @bradeena, 2017.03.03, ♥ 34

  • Delux Cyborg finally came out today! This has got to be the highest quality Icons figure they have made to date! High quality sculpting and great accessories

    #194, @tristan.d, 2017.04.06, ♥ 34

  • Even a Ukrainian poet can be surprised by the snow in!.

    #195, @the_paris_angels, 2018.02.07, ♥ 34

  • Sculpture n.3/ making a new short film

    #196, @black_waves_editions, 2017.11.25, ♥ 34

  • Another highlight of Chicago is The Art Institute, arguably the best museum in the world. Whether you re into historical artifacts or paintings, this museum has it all. I ve literally travelled all over Europe, Mexico, and Central& South America to see what this museum offers in a single location. This museum is in a league of its own and I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who has any interest in seeing a great collection. I was there for 3 hours and wish I d have arrived a couple hours sooner. Enjoy!. Pablo Picasso s The Old Guitarist(zoom in and you may see art underneath which he painted over). Georges Seurat s A Sunday on La Grande Jatte(Ferris Bueller approves!), Grant Wood s American Gothic(pitchfork), Edward Hopper s Nighthawks(aka Strangers in a Diner). Various Andy Warhol paintings including his Mona Lisa and Liz. 12th Century Indian Seated Buddha(one of the only large stone sculptures of its kind in the U.S.), Kartikeya(Hindu God of War), and an 11th century 20-armed Ganesha. 12th Century Japanese Shukongojin(the original Super Saiyan Goku), protector of Buddhist laws. 19th Century Native American war bonnet& suit, Classic(Guatemalan) Mayan limestone carving, and Post-Classic(Mexican) Mayan 1st century ceremonial blades. Greek Terra-cotta mixing bowl from 400 B.C.(to dilute wine with water) depicting Pan and Dionysus(God of Wine AND Drama- A coincidence he s the god of both). Silver-laced Viking swords, helmets, and arms from 800 A.D.(beautifully preserved since they were buried with their dead). 16th Century Adam and Eve(biblical subjects were a favorite of Lucas Cranach the Elder because they allowed him to paint nudes), 17th century Italian Abduction of the Sabine Women, and a German 15th century cadaver wrapped in a Latin inscription that reads: Thither we all make our way; this is our final home. That s!.

    #197, @bikesandsites, 2017.10.20, ♥ 34

  • In recent months I ve been meditating more intensely and reading the teachings of the Buddha, primarily as a way to calm my overactive mind. Fitting then that my introduction to Nepal should be Lumbini, his birthplace. It s the epitome of calmness and tranquility.

    #198, @mollymakesmendance, 2017.06.13, ♥ 33

  • You are God

    #199, @musicbyhumz, 2018.02.08, ♥ 32

  • Chilling with my Holmes

    #200, @prisoner_007, 2018.02.12, ♥ 32

  • The rose is red, the violet are blue, sugar is sweet and so are you.

    #201, @ozymandias__1988, 2018.02.15, ♥ 32

  • Working boots on the job with there is so much beauty and passion in this artist s studio. The spirit is strong.*/100

    #202, @womenofjewelry, 2018.01.28, ♥ 32

  • You live most of your life inside your head, make sure it s a nice place to be. Buddha.

    #203, @xomissbre, 2017.11.19, ♥ 31

  • The statues share all the love in the ˢᴱᶜᴿᴱᵀ ᴳᴬᴿᴰᴱᴺˢ at Moira Station.

    #204, @moirastation, 2018.02.15, ♥ 31

  • Monochromatic

    #205, @gigetta87, 2017.07.27, ♥ 31

  • With the evidence of our fleeting existence that surrounds our every environment, it still amazes me how many get caught in the petty and often aim to hasten demise.

    #206, @bradeena, 2017.02.23, ♥ 30

  • Rodin&

    #207, @black_waves_editions, 2017.10.23, ♥ 30

  • Rar!

    #208, @curioustravelertravelogues, 2018.01.06, ♥ 30

  • Good day to be a DC fanboy; Dark Days the forge And the Jim Lee black and white are here!

    #209, @tristan.d, 2017.06.15, ♥ 29

  • „All good things come to those who wait.- Thx to those who kept their fingers crossed for me.

    #210, @daniel.kuehnert, 2018.01.31, ♥ 28

  • Cave temples for the win.

    #211, @_aliross, 2017.12.31, ♥ 28

  • Treasures at our doorstep- our local museum is becoming a favourite place for Valerie and I to visit on cold winter days- packed with interesting exhibits of natural history and the collections of our local explorers. I drew this sketch where Lady Godiva sits side saddle and shocks the school party kids.

    #212, @toveydavid, 2018.01.14, ♥ 28

  • Meanwhile in Italy.

    #213, @daisylundgren, 2018.01.30, ♥ 28

  • Such a good bowl

    #214, @misstilley, 2018.01.26, ♥ 27

  • Almost finished this piece. 30 x 30 Buddha. I incorporated tree bark and acrylics in this one. Will be for sale shortly.

    #215, @artby_tara, 2018.02.15, ♥ 27

  • So many reasons in my life to be happy, and I intend to share them all!

    #216, @dawn_intheair, 2018.02.14, ♥ 27

  • Good Night Ventura I shall Watch over You This Giant bronze statue of Junipero Serra stands over the city from on high wearing a face mask during the Thomas Fire.

    #217, @roewarren, 2017.12.20, ♥ 27

  • Humbling.

    #218, @bradeena, 2017.03.01, ♥ 26

  • Love this affirmation Louise was an incredible visionary and advocate. Everyone who had the privilege to meet her, either in person or through her words, felt her passion for serving others. Considered a founder of the self-help movement, Louise was dubbed the closest thing to a living saint. She published her first book, Heal Your Body, in 1976(at age 50) long before it was fashionable to discuss the connection between the mind and body.

    #219, @happinesseekers, 2018.02.11, ♥ 26

  • Contemplating the world

    #220, @shooting_stars_and_souls, 2017.12.19, ♥ 26

  • Have a great day, Rosenmontag- without us! This is a Dutch lady from our hotel in the Netherlands.-

    #221, @ga1806, 2018.02.12, ♥ 26

  • Special shout-out to my bud Michael Avallone for making me this awesome Groot frozen in carbonite for my birthday. Might be the coolest gift I ve ever gotten. Can t believe all the work you put into it. I can t thank you enough

    #222, @easyeman77, 2018.02.06, ♥ 25

  • Spending my Friday night making some big plans for the future where to live(rent/buy), what to buy, where to work, how much to spend, what to spend my time on, how I want to spend my home time, what space I want to create. I am a huge believer in the power of thought& that life will provide you with what you need to learn, grow& thrive! Even though this has been the hardest year yet, I know great things are coming! I can t wait to share this journey with you all

    #223, @inhale_essentialoils, 2018.02.03, ♥ 23

  • Marble reflections.

    #224, @ozymandias__1988, 2018.02.14, ♥ 23

  • Buddha Face(60x60cm sold) The truth I find and am able to understand from the teachings of Buddhism is immense and have a profound impact on my day to day life. Raising a child gives us daily challenges and tasks to put all that to practice! I am so grateful for everything in my life and that I do have the freedom of learning whatever my interests are. Wishing you all a blessed, calm and loving start to Christmas Season. May we find moments of true compassion and gift giving for each other.

    #225, @art.kirchmann, 2017.11.25, ♥ 23

  • The Elvis statutes on Broadway are sporting bike locks. Are we afraid they re going to come to life and revolt

    #226, @andrewontheair, 2018.02.07, ♥ 23

  • Ginger& Chili chicken with nudels Feeling hothothot homemade

    #227, @pinkladycookbook, 2018.02.13, ♥ 22

  • The Golden Prince. Grand Palace.

    #228, @kevinmcgphotography, 2018.02.14, ♥ 22

  • What about without!.

    #229, @the_paris_angels, 2018.02.14, ♥ 22

  • Last weekend.

    #230, @_ali_photos, 2018.02.04, ♥ 21

  • Ostorius Scapula

    #231, @varrick88, 2018.01.13, ♥ 20

  • In love with my stunning material wall hanging!

    #232, @shauna_shwanshwan, 2018.01.29, ♥ 19

  • Besides having aches and pains, there s nothing worse than smelling like a medicine cabinet. Our soothing balm can melt away tension and allow you to relax with a pleasant scent that will give you the relief you deserve- the natural and organic way.

    #233, @innateorganicbody, 2018.01.30, ♥ 18

  • Great freak day. Yoga, meditation, and some witch stuff

    #234, @bhproject, 2018.02.05, ♥ 18

  • Pretty flowers from the boy(and epic parrot from)

    #235, @teiris0, 2017.10.17, ♥ 18

  • Are you a little rusty

    #236, @lindhardt_photography, 2018.01.26, ♥ 17

  • Had fun volunteering for a event shots reflections

    #237, @harish.mandadi, 2017.08.12, ♥ 16

  • Worship.

    #238, @kevinmcgphotography, 2018.02.13, ♥ 15

  • Jesus s life was not about division. In fact he attacked those in the church for not walking it. He hung out with everyone. His teaching, as with Buddha, as with Muhammad, as with all good teachers, was that of acceptance, justice, equality, and responsibility. Turn with in. The kingdom is within. He challenged us to love our enemy within. And out. He constantly challenged us to do more than him. Let us build bridges of communication, understanding, and respect our human ness. David Matthew Brown

    #239, @boxingtales, 2018.02.15, ♥ 12

  • A tired muse. No inspiration for you.

    #240, @mingleion, 2018.02.10, ♥ 10

  • The Sleeping Buddha. Large Buddha that can be found in the old capital of Ayutthaya, and Thailand.

    #241, @kevinmcgphotography, 2018.02.14, ♥ 9

  • Surround yourself with positive, mentally strong, inspired individuals and eventually you will come to realize how much you actually can endure. A new self awareness will have you doing things you ve never done before. Build a solid core, be indestructible.

    #242, @madeithappennow, 2018.02.10, ♥ 7

  • I was at a loss what to do the other day so I made these Buddha beads

    #243, @simplycountryuk, 2018.02.09, ♥ 7

  • Donnawedda. Madonna waitig for the sun, or son

    #244, @h0lzwurm, 2018.01.10, ♥ 7

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  • Bell of two friends This sculpture represents a greatly enlarged haf-mold of a dotaku bell found in barak, Japan. Such bells date to the Yoyo period of Japanese history approximately 2000 years ago The exact purpose of Dоtaku bells is lost to history but it is felt that they were largely ceremonial, rather than funcond The surface design of the bell suggests the importance of the ever-present waters and mountains of Japan.

    #250, @shepshukovich, 2016.08.28, ♥

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