Photography by Ndoema
Exactly a year ago from today I was taking in the breathtaking view of the Teotihuacan valley from atop the Pyramid of the Moon, kicking off a lifelong wish of visiting my dream list of some of the most powerful sacred sites around the world.
As I look back, my Mexican pilgrimage marked the beginning of the most incredible sacred journey. From Central America’s spectacular Mayan ceremonial center to the mind-blowing khmer ruins of Cambodia, to the magnificent Burmese temples of Yangon and Bagan, to the Javanese temple of Borobudur, Hanoi‘s spellbinding treasure trove of splendid temples and pagodas, Chiang Mai’s striking golden dragon-flanked wats and my most memorable exploration of beautiful Bali. I feel deeply grateful for the many blessings I have received along the way.
7 thoughts on “Pyramid of the Moon”
It’s such a feat to be able to visit different sacred sites around the world!
Different cultures, different memories.
BF and I went to Mexico last summer, and this was one of our stops. Loved it!
Going around the place via the hot air balloon is my wish!
Is there any passage to go in? Curious what waits inside.
Wow!To be able to go around the world and take beautiful pictures… I love your job!
How long did it take you to climb the summit? OMG it would take me forever lol 🙁
The view from the top is beath-taking!