Excavated from the workshop of Pheidias
Statue of Buddha in Ruin Temple at Central Java
We had taken a train to get from the foot of the pathway to the head. However, I was so lucky to get clear shots of each of each statue.
In the water, there are mammoth statues that all relate to Buddhist beliefs, such as this water lily.
Nancy is in front of the lion statue with a playful imitation.
There's a feel to this that the lion is going to leap out of its stone chains, thanks to the lean and mean Zach!
You can actually move this ball, which makes statue carving pretty amazing. It's a little secret of the temple we visited.
I had such an amazing sight of the peasant's life. This is only a small part of the Xi'an peasant lifestyle.
We were just steps away from reaching to the tower. Still in the temple.
Ancient currency. The circle represents harmony and the square represents just and principle, according to my mom.
Nancy pulling at its toy.
Often Shaanxi rains during this time of the year.
I don't think so, but it's an interesting plant in bright green
This temple relates to one of China's ancient dynasties called the Han Dynasty.