Saturday, February 18, 2012

Wish 心愿 ...


All I wish now
is to see the smile in your face 
...

Dong Zhen Temple 佛光山東禪寺 ...

Dong Zhen Temple 佛光山東禪寺
Jenjarom, Selangor 馬來西亞佛光山東禪寺

28 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

that is beautiful! :)

Joop Zand said...

Nice shot Mr. Wong

greetings,Joop

Theanne said...

so pretty!

HANS-PETER ZÜRCHER said...

Ein Wunschbaum, sehr schön lieber Wong...

Liebe Grüsse Hans-Peter

Carmen Negoita said...

Beautiful shot.

Massimo said...

great Wong ! have a nice week end.

JM said...

Absolutely lovely, Wong!

Dawn said...

So beautiful. Smile I did.

ANRAFERA said...

Muy buena macro, llena de detalles.
Saludos y feliz fin de semana.
Ramón

Traveling Hawk said...

I have seen such wishes places in many parts of the world. This demonstrates the multitude of people desires and their hope that they will come true. The hope makes us endure and progress.

Carolina Tavares said...

In fact the smile of someone you love is special. These trees are so beautiful and desires significant.

teca said...

How beautiful, Wong!!!!
Hugs and a nice weekend!

George said...

I really like this image. It's very colorful.

Cloudia said...

the blessing returns between us!



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Nurr Kasih said...

poko hajat..he very nice!

Arnaud said...

I've always enjoyed looking at those wishes tied to trees. I don' read them, but I try to imagine hw are people making them.

Randy said...

Simple and so beautiful.

darlin said...

Wow, this is amazing! I love the dof and the simplicity yet intricacy... excellent post Wong!

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

I love the little white bits of light!

Bob Bushell said...

Nice shot.

s.c said...

A wish tree, how nice. Pity or perhaps good that we cannot read the wishes.

cieldequimper said...

Well... I am smiling!:-)

Birdman said...

I'm smilin'. Do you see it?

Erika said...

Thanks Wong, I need what you wish because my grandson isn't well.
Have a nice week end.
Erika

Nancy Claeys said...

So simple, yet inspiring. Thank you, friend. :)

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

What a beautiful and unusual sight. Fantastic shot.

Darryl and Ruth :)

abraham Lincoln said...

I was very pleased to see this post. Back in the 1970s, we used to put these in trees and they would eventually weather and decay and fall down.

I called them "Weather-grams."

Nice post. Much appreciated.

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Dear Mister Wong
I wish the same, the smile in your face!
Greetings
Angela