Wonder

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Pyramid at La Cañada de la Virgen, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, México
 


temple of the sun
ever the sacred story
caught in webs of light
 
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Old worship sites still inspire wonder.

 
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Posted on August 8, 2015, in 5-7-5, Guanajuato, Mexico, San Miguel de Allende, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Six-Word Saturday and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 24 Comments.

  1. So true. How did they manage to build it so perfectly?

  2. Fantastic – another addition to my must-see list! I’ve seen worship sites the world over, but nothing like that!

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  3. Even just the photo stills.

  4. love this photo- thanks for sharing it!

  5. That’s goorgeous! I would love to see it.

  6. They most definitely do! Great photo!

  7. The massive pyramid is massive, but like all cultures that hoped to build monuments that reached to the heavens, the supreme being allowed them to erode over time and keep us mortals on the ground. What may be unimpressive to God is still quite impressive to us all…

  8. A wonder from all sites… (just seen the other side)
    Have a nice sunday

  9. What an unexpected pyramid. So different from the many we see out of Mexico. I’d love to spend time in San Miguel Allende. Such a magical place.

  10. it’s amazing how it has withstood the elements and is still here.

  11. An extraordinary piece of fascinating architecture.

  12. Beautiful photo and excellent verse…such sacred stories hidden

  13. Great shot of the structure.

  14. Every time had its own skyscrapers. Great monument.

  15. What an amazing old building !

  16. this temple seem to be taken care of. Looks nice

  17. That’s a beautiful, old temple!
    The amount of work and thought that went into it, without modern tools, is awe inspiring.
    I love the shadows in your photo as well.
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace 🙂

  18. I really love the last line of the haiku.

  19. Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio

    Holy Guacamole! I don’t think I’ve ever seen this before (how can that be?)! Magnanimous!

  20. Those ancient places are still full of spirituality.

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