Thursday, 16 July 2020

Good luck...maybe?


I was going through some old photos this morning and found this one from 3 years ago when we briefly stopped in Taupo on our way to Ruapehu. It seems I took this photo of this Asian or Indian deity that someone put up on a tree for some reason or another, good luck maybe? I must've taken a photo of it at the time because I found it interesting.

I remember this day as it was 0 degrees celsius at 7am which was the point when we stopped and had a walk around during our journey.  What do you think of the little deity - any ideas?

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13 comments:

  1. ...this is out of my league!

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  2. I'm afraid that Indian or any other deities for that matter are way beyond my ken.

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  3. What a strange item to find sitting in a tree :)

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  4. I think it's really sweet Amy but not sure why it might have been placed here. I'm still thinking about that O degrees, yikes đŸ˜±

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  5. sweet photo but no idea ~ ^_^

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  6. No idea what it could mean but she waving to you. Maybe wishing a good day to all those who see her.

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  7. It does make me wonder why someone put it in the tree. Maybe an offering of some kind?

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  8. Anything unusual deserves being photographed! :)

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  9. Looks like a good luck omen to me!!

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  10. I like random shots like this. :) It is fun to remember.

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  11. I have no idea what it means but I love finding stuff like that.

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