If you have the missed the recent Brick Adventure 2011 LEGO Event in Hong Kong, do not fear. We are pleased to have one of the contributors, alanboar HK who is also an member of Eurobricks to share with us his outstanding Kinkaku-ji also known as the Temple of the Golden Pavilion.
A closer look at the remarkable Kinkaku-ji
Just admire the beauty of this Pavilion in this City layout. It is certainly an incredible view from its 360 degrees angle.
Within the heart of Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, Lego fan iWally ventured into the Imagination Center to share this picture taken during an expedition in February of 2008. The Temple of Skulls appears to have multiple sections including a palm covered jungle with skull entrance and a yellow jungle temple. These types of creations make great inspiration models for custom MOCing at home.
Residing at the southeastern end of Repulse Bay outside Hong Kong, is a beautiful shrine known as the Temple of Kwun Yam (also known as Guan Yin). Kwun Yam is the Buddhist God of Mercy and some believe that if one places their hands upon one of her many statues and reach into their pocket, they will accumulate wealth. Whether you believe in this ancient legend or not, you can appreciate the majestic beauty of the temple and its surroundings.