People often come to me to say they really appreciate how much effort goes in to putting on a ceremony. Buddha's Birthday is one of the most notable in that respect, as the following photos hopefully demonstrate. You can click here to see the finished effect, or wait for a post on this year's ceremony.
|A view from the roof of the flower house being worked on, and herbs and petals being gathered for the procession|
|Mark and Nadine helping with the flower house, each in their own way|
|Balloons were being blown up in the dining room|
|Konin and Takken working on the parasols|
|Daigan collected ceremonial objects in my office|