Here and there

Lens-Artists Challenge #263: East Meets West or for my post North Meets South

A bit of South Korea and Australia are in my post. One piece of music I studied in school was a piece called West meets East. The performers, the best in their field at that time (1967) American violinist Yehudi Menuhin and Indian sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar. I hope you enjoy the music

In the morning everyone meets for prayer

We all have fun at a parade

There is always something to light up the night when the parade is over

24 thoughts on “Here and there

  1. Oh well done, nice post. You had me checking, because I always thought of Menuhin as Britishโ€ฆbut see he was American born, which I didnโ€™t know!

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  2. Love it, Brian!! The prayer is a beautiful way to start. Fun to see the parade. Beautiful lights of the last one. The differences are there, but you show the joyfulness sharing by people. Love it!!
    I almost miss this post! I didn’t see the link on my post.

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    1. Glad you had a listen. The whole piece is about 1hr. Good to listen to while you do other things. I have music playing a lot of the time while I am in my office or kitchen ๐Ÿ™‚
      As it was a festival, there were LOTS of lanterns:)

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