Monday Mosiac

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Across the river on top of the city cliffs is an LDS Temple.

Tues – Sat there are tours of the grounds.  I had an opportunity to walk through the beautiful gardens, which have plants from many other countries, including a majestic Palm from Israel.

The building is made of Italian marble.

It is a beautiful place of peace in the midst of a hectic world/city

You can Find one near you.

2 photos of the palm

I liked the juxtopsotion of man-made/nature-made in this photo. Smooth Italian marble/crankled Israeli Palm


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16 Responses to Monday Mosiac

  1. Carol says:

    Love those bright colors! Have a great weekend!

  2. mary says:

    How beautiful, especially compared to my snow-laden scenery! Thanks for sharing at MM. 🙂

  3. Marsha Markham says:

    This is so beautiful…you certainly have an artistic eye, Jane…thanks for posting this so everyone could enjoy these views.

  4. Joan says:

    It looks like a wonderful place to be contemplative! Joan

  5. There’s a beautiful LDS Temple down near San Diego with a golden trumpeting angel on a spire – really is a beautiful sight.

  6. carolyn says:

    Pretty mosaic-I love to see flowers this time of the year. We still have snow here in Canada.


  7. Meri says:

    It looks like a colorful and peaceful place. Thanks for sharing some moments of beauty.

  8. Snap says:

    Beautiful! Makes me want Spring to arrive quickly! Love the architecture.

  9. Gemma says:

    Interesting collection of photos in that mosaic! Just lovely! I love the contrast of textures in the other two photos!

  10. The gardens are very welcoming! Such a cheerful mosaic!

  11. Riet says:

    What a great mosaic. Hope we will get spring soon here.

  12. Kim Nichols says:

    Beautiful photos. I can’t wait for spring and summer here.

  13. Nice mosaic.
    I’d really like to feel the bark on that palm, it looks so interesting.

  14. very nice mosaics!!

    the concrete next to nature is very nice comparison.


  15. debbie says:

    I would love to see a Palm tree right now…I am longing for summer! Beautiful mosaic!

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