Vietnamese Form of Architecture by chejja

Vietnamese Form of Architecture

Forms in Architecture- Day 14
I am participating in the "Flash of Red" challenge- Black and white photography for the month of February with a flash of red on February 14. The theme for days 10-16 is "Forms in Architecture." I am continuing my own mini theme within the Architecture theme by taking pictures each day of a form of architecture that represents one of the many cultures that make up my very diverse city. So far, I have posted photos of Seminole Chickees, the bell tower of a Greek Orthodox Church, a Hindu Temple, a German restaurant, and a Cuban cafe. I had to do some searching online to find a building for today, in keeping with this theme and containing a bit of red. In doing so, I discovered this Vietnamese Buddhist Temple that I didn't know existed. Looks best when viewed on black.
Great find
February 15th, 2020  
Fun capture!
February 15th, 2020  
The red stands out better on black. That's a happy Buddha. Nicely captured.
February 15th, 2020  
Lovely find and capture great on Black.
February 16th, 2020  
@bkbinthecity @jamibann @randystreat @wendyfrost Thank you for your comments on the Vietnamese Buddhist temple. It's been fun exploring new places in my community.
February 19th, 2020  
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