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Visual Meditation: A Monk Dreams of Vienna

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4 Responses

  1. there are so many things to see here———the best for me certainly is the one with the trees….it is reality….what I like most is the one with the double-eagle—–it is glory and victory…..

  2. You are a very talented photographer. Wishing you well in this endeavor.
    patricia

  3. Oh, Christine,
    I see why the monk wants to go and live there. It is wonderful. I think your photos get more interesting and beautiful all the time!
    Hugs,
    Suz

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