Cosmic Challenge: Sacred Spaces

First off, two mosques from India, with their spectacular architecture.

Fatehpur Sikri, a mosque just outside of Agra. A pattern from the walls has been layered over the silhouette of the buildings using ‘hard light’ blending. 
Fatehpur Sikri collageThe main Mosque in Delhi, run through the photo app Stackables. The main Mosque in Delhi, apped in StackablesMyanmar Buddhist monk using Photoshop Express ‘Glow’ filter. (All of Myanmar’s sacred Buddhist spaces in ‘Glow’.Myanmar Buddhist monk in Photoshop Express 'Glow' lookA foggy sunrise at a Bali temple layered with an old tinplate texture in Photoshop.Sunrise at a Bali temple with fogLight coming through the window of an Irish church ruin run through Pixlromatic. Light coming through the window of an Irish church ruin run through PixlromaticPentrelfan, a dolman of standing stones in Wales run through the photo app Stackables.PentreIfan, a dolman of standing stones in Wales run through the photo app StackablesThe ‘largest pyramid in the world’ in Cholula, Mexico. Stairs at the Pyramid in Cholula , Mexico, run through the photo app SnapseedI can only assume that some of the stones from the pyramid were stolen to build this church on the edge of Cholula. (The entire town of Cholula run through the photo app Snapseeds ‘Drama’ filter.)Agave in front of a church in Cholula, Mexico, run through the photo app SnapseedPixlromatic adds bokeh to the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela in Spain. This is the final destination of all the ‘El Camino’ routes in Europe.Pixlromatic does the Cathedral in Santiago de CompostelaThe church on the cliff above Etretat in France. (More ‘Postcards from Monet’.)The church on the cliff above EtretatI finish with a sacred space in my home province of BC: an ancient cedar in Cathedral grove on Vancouver Island.Tree in Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, run through the photo app SnapseedMore of K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Challenge: Sacred Spaces.

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