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Weekly Photo Challenge: LAYERS

Layer after layer of intricate sculpture — this is what the temples of Belur and Halebidu in Southern India offer. While I have seen the great temples of Angkor in Siem Reap and Borobudur in Yogyakarta, those in India also prove to be one of the greatest.

Weekly Photo Challenge: LAYERS

Layers of intricate sculpture

This is my entry to this week’s photo challenge. For other amazing photos, please click here.

Have a great weekend, everyone!

P.S. Thank you all for the thoughts and the help you have showered to the Philippines. We are deeply grateful. Maraming salamat po!

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8 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: LAYERS

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  3. Sas
    November 17, 2013

    Wow, this is so beautiful and intricate. I wish I could create something so stunning :)

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