Here at Tricycle we’re excited about the Summer 2010 cover which features a photograph of a Bodhisattva statue taken through a graffitied pane of glass. The image was taken by Felicia Megginson, a New York-based artist who calls her photographic process “purposeful wandering” and considers it to be something of a walking meditation. Her photograph, part of a series entitled “Post No Bills,” captures both the traditional and contemporary aspects of Buddhism in the West. Here’s the full photograph below—without text or cropping. Click the image to see a bigger version—Enjoy!

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For more of Felicia’s photography, check out “It Takes a Saint” by the Twelfth Tai Situpa in the Summer issue!

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