Monday, May 18, 2009

Zen Monday: #49


Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what the photo's about.

As I post each new Zen Monday photo, I'll add a label to last week's to identify it if necessary (and if I know what it is).

22 comments:

Shell Sherree said...

The sound of one brightly coloured hand clapping.

Virginia said...

I'm thinking this was a Methodist Church in another life.

Pascal Jim said...

This church is thinking, "Once I was covered in wooden shingles, until they laid stucco all over me"....

-K- said...

It's a great blast of color with which to start the week.

Margaret said...

Om...

Susan C said...

This place has more personalities than Sybil.

elizabeth said...

Buddhist holiday!

sjan said...

I almost didn't recognize it. Didn't that used to be Cornerstone Evangelical Church?

Jacob said...

My first thought was "It's a Swedish structure," as I've been looking for a blue and yellow house for a long time!

It is a church. Or was.

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frazgo said...

Color is the answer to everything.

altadenahiker said...

More cowbell!

Trish said...

that last big wind storm we had blew a building from Solvang down to Pasadena!

Ted Thompson said...

What is the sound of one woman walking?

Or...

Oh my various gods!!

(Maybe not)

pasadenapio said...

I love buttercream icing! That's quite a fancy, colorful cake.

Cafe Observer said...

America in Transition.

Petrea said...

I hadn't realized it was a church in another life, as Virginia said, but sjan sent me Googling and sure enough, it was once the Cornerstone Evangelical Church. The address is 920 N. Summit, at the corner of Mountain, and it is now the Los Angeles Buddhist Vihara, as it says over the door. Pretty website: http://www.labuddhistvihara.com/

I figured, what could be more Zen?

Ms M said...

Perfect for Zen Monday :)

Virginia said...

PA's comment made me spew my gum out of my mouth and I had a heck of a time locating it on my shaggy carpet! HA OVerstock.com, faux stained glass. I'm still laughing.

Evangelical Church huh. I should know all about that because we've been studying the world's religions at church, but I've gotten lost there are so many.

dont call me dick said...

hi my name is dick son i hope u can add me.i have see your gallery i fell very beautiful...keep hrdworking!

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Petrea said...

You're welcome!