K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Friday

The Cosmic Photography Challenge is a little tricky this week around. You might want to check out their posts to know about the challenge. I picked Indonesia, because that is where I have been last year. Very specifically to Bali.

What do the people over there equate to Friday? Since Hinduism is widely followed in Bali, they, like us Indians who follow Hinduism, like to do religious events and auspicious events on a Friday.  friday1
This is the temple at Ayodhya Resort where a marriage had taken place just before we had checked in.
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Wanna join in? Here is how:

Create a post with ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’ in the title. This week, the prompt is : five ways Friday is said around the world.. Post a photo to your blog, pingback to either Dale’s or K’lee’s post and don’t forget to add the tag #CosPhoChal to your post’s tags and you’re done!

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17 comments

  1. LindaGHill · August 1, 2016

    Good for you coming up with a post this week, KG. I’m totally at a loss. 😛

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    • KG · August 1, 2016

      He he. Thank you, Linda 😉 I did twist it a little bit but good that they listed a country I had visited and double good that their beliefs and customs were similar. Got me thinking a bit, this one.

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  2. Lignum Draco · August 1, 2016

    Very ornate. I haven’t been there but it is avery popular tourist destination.

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    • KG · August 1, 2016

      It is 🙂 You would enjoy it

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  4. K'lee L. · August 1, 2016

    Fantastic, KG. As I mentioned to Dale, I wasn’t out to stump anyone (too much), It was more about getting us all to consider some other cultures and swing out imagination in a planetary direction we might not consider all that often. The ‘tying it to Friday activities’ … maybe not so necessary. So far you win the virtual grand prize for posting shots from one of the actual locations in the post!

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    • KG · August 2, 2016

      He he!!! Thank you, K’lee.
      It did make me think for a while. So I thank you for giving me an opportunity to exercise my brain 😉

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      • K'lee L. · August 3, 2016

        I think I’d better not make the challenge so multidimentional next time! Fun but not too layered!

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  5. swo8 · August 1, 2016

    Lovely photos KG. We would love to see Bali.
    Leslie

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    • KG · August 2, 2016

      Thank you, Leslie.
      It’s a very interesting place and very friendly people . I loved it. ☺

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      • swo8 · August 2, 2016

        There was a Canadian artist who went there and he did the most incredible paints of the place. His name was Ken Danby. You can Google him and see some of his work.
        Leslie

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  6. Sue Ranscht · August 2, 2016

    All so ornate! I think that give a lovely sense of a people. Nicely done.

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    • KG · August 2, 2016

      Thank you, Sue 🙂 The people there are very friendly and welcoming.

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  7. dalecooper57 · August 2, 2016

    Love the first shot. The doorway frames it beautifully.

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