The Fabbri Final; Finding the Zen

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The final photos I’ll post here of my ambling about the Fabbri Statuary garden in American Canyon, California.  A visit that was just a bit of a chance happening while out to lunch with family a few weeks ago.

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But as a friend of mine always says, there are no coincidences

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I found peace here for a little while, peace from self-inflicted worries. I relaxed and felt the zen.

The previous posts from this wonderful place: Fabbri 1, Fabbri 2, Fabbri 3

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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26 Responses to The Fabbri Final; Finding the Zen

  1. Madhu says:

    Love them all, but the first one is especially serene and beautiful! I meant to do a post on the meanings of the Buddha’s hand ‘mudra’s’ but never got down to it.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, Madhu. There is a Buddha on Kauai that I love, and I’ve never found an equal in the position of the hands and legs. I would love to see you do a post on this. Mudra’s, a new word for me. Please, please post on this! Pretty please?

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  2. frizztext says:

    fine ZEN post!
    and now I’m convinced:
    worries are often self-inflicted …

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  3. munchow says:

    A beautiful final to your exploration of the Fabbri Statuary garden. All three pictures are lovely. I like the blueish repetition in the first pictures between Buddha and the bamboos, the green-yellow palette of the second and the last picture is simply so peaceful and serene.

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  4. ChgoJohn says:

    You certainly ended this series on a high note. Without knowing its true setting, one could easily believe that first photo was taken in some remote SE Asian temple. Very nice Angeline. Thanks for sharing Fabbri with us.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, John. I’m waiting for my son, who was responsible for this trip, to call me and ask if we were in the same place 🙂
      I’ve enjoyed sharing the series with everyone.

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  5. Thanks for sharing the Zen. Very Ommmmsome! The blue bamboo is stunning!

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  6. Amy says:

    Love this post! Beautiful!

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  7. Amy says:

    Love this post! Beautiful!

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  8. Myaz_Nuggetz says:

    Reblogged this on Myaz_Nuggetz.

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  9. Sonel says:

    It looks peaceful there indeed Angeline and you’ve captured the tranquility so well. Great shots and thanks for sharing. 😀

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  10. The statues are captivatingly spiritual. I like the green patina on the urns.
    The waterlilies floating on the water are perfect. It looks like a peacful place.
    Namaste …
    Isadora

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  11. The pond (?) is beautiful.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, Prof VJ. That is a small pond; I almost got whiplash as I was walking quickly down a path to find the others I was with…totally didn’t expect to see that there.

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  12. Very cool and very Zen, especially the first photo with the statue in its beautiful tranquil setting, Nicely framed, too.

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