Some of the photos aren't as sharp (used my phone) as I would have liked but you will still get a glimpse of how beautiful the place looked. Feel free to click on the images to make them "pop" a bit.
|A native Michigan tree|
|A pretty wreath above the entryway.|
|Instead of putting cookies out for Santa like we do, the children set their shoes out filled with nuts and fruit.|
|This nativity looked hand painted. The colors were so beautiful.|
|No candy in this pinata - ask me how I know.|
|This scene was quite large so I tried to zoom in for the small nativity above.|
|Click on the "Eid ul-Fitr" for a brief description of the 2 pics below it.|
|This tree was rather tall and skinny and inside a glass case so it didn't photograph well.|
|I believe these were made of paper.|
|I think these ornaments were made from straw.|
|These were made with wood shavings and sticks.|
|This was sanskrit inside a large case. I had to stand on my tippy toes to get a decent shot because it was flat on the floor.|
|Fuzzy shot. Too bad because these were really pretty.|
What a nice way to spend some time cruising the world and learning about their traditions.