John Glines |
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New York City
The Pines, Fire Island
Grounds for Sculpture
Times Past in America
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Images of the Buddha
Food and drink
American Civil War
The Great War
Famous and Infamous, #1
Famous and Infamous, #2
Stamp Out AIDS
My life in black & white
The mandala is a circular representation of the cosmos in its connection with divine powers. It is a symbol of human wholeness and often used as an instrument of contemplation. (This gallery has over 25,000 hits with an average of 14 hits per day.)
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great images - inspiring
So much beauty! I do appreciate them and thank you for collecting these magnificent images. I share your love for them and I hope that you do not mind if I copied a few. Let me know if I was not allowed.
John G Reed
Fantastic images - so much detail. Big Vote.
Thank you very much for sharing this interesting and beautiful gallery. V
Beautifu collection, vote.
Susanne v. Schroeder
What an amazing collection you have here. Very educational, thanks for sharing.
very harmonious compositions! V
Great gallery, John! -V-
Those mandalas are awesome especially the aztec calender
A friend of mine, who has lived in Thailand and knows that I am interested in Boeddha, let me know of your beautiful site! I love it!!! Thanks for that, you give me a new step on my path to... finding myself!
Many greetings with 'love', Frank Ubachs
so many beautiful pictures in your galleries, but this is one of my preferred
These mandalas are really interesting i think the Tibetan Mandalas are the coolest. It must take so much time and effort to make one.
You have opened my eyes to see the mandala form in far more incarnations.
len & joan weinstock
Great, inspiring work. If interested, please view my Digital Mandalas at
Awesome collection of mandalas. I create mandalas with fractals & I also place buddhas in front of them. You can view them at my website my email goes to.
Very nice photo
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