Breathtaking Monastery Art

May 26, 2018

First, the altitude in the Himalayas makes me breathless and then the paintings in the monasteries take my breath away!

Each monastery has so much to offer the vision that I cannot focus on any one area for too long… like a kid in a candy shop!

Here are some phone photos:


So when you need an adrenalin fix, head to a monastery – and let the heartbeat rise on its own – no need for any other stimulant!

 

jaina mishra

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