Einstein once said ,”God is subtle but he is not malicious”. Later he commented that what he had meant was that Nature conceals her mystery by means of her grandeur , not by her cunning. One may realize the truth of this statement as one is lowered down almost 80 meter before starting on a muddy and slippery 300 meter track and to finally realize the spectacular way in which mother Nature unveils its true beauty.
Buddhist mantra ” Buddham Saranam Gacchami” means “I go to the Buddha for refuge”. The similar emotions are evoked after a visit to the Unfinished Budhdha.It is the name given to a statue which is believed to be the statue from the largest Stupa of Borobudur.At first glance, one may wonder why it is called so.But on a closer inspection, one can see incomplete hands.
May be when God is bored, He takes out his brush and creates a masterpiece on canvas of sky!
Last time, we saw different moods of a cat. This time, it is a fish.
Kind of Smiling 😉
It is my first attempt to share my experience through a chain of pictures.
Time : 4:15 a.m.
Location : Mount Fuji Summit ( At height of 3776 m)
It was dark.But there was a slow transition to bright.
First rays of sun started coming out of clouds.
Then , It grew bigger.
Finally , Sun illuminated all of us with its light 🙂