Mired in a disappointing job hunt, I offer two shots of the Nishi Honganji Temple in Kyoto, Japan as an allegory for two very different points of view on life.
The blank stony eyes from a pair temple guards, etched in stone, gaze eternal.
A great god of the past, an old stone monolith. Mt. Fuji towers over Tokyo and is magnificent in its timelessness.
I know the road ahead does not end, my only concern lies with what’s around the bend.
An outline a Buddha set upon a white back ground, is simple in both its ambitions and beauty.
A homage to Roy Lichtenstein”based on street art found in Cheonan, S. Korea
Within a dilapidated and ill kept temple hides a beautiful secret.
A Virgin Mary statue perched atop tidal rocks on White Beach in Boracay, Philippines
A street artist rendition of Picasso’s “Guernica” in Cheonan, S. Korea
A tattered Filipino flag, waving in the sea breeze