Festival of Colors pics
It's sort of an odd sight. Out in the middle of nowhere. Farm country. Utah. A background of the Rocky Mtns and sagebrush showcases a big Taj Mahal like palace known as the Spanish Fork Temple. But this is a very different kind of temple than the one the folks around here are used to. A Harry Krishna Temple. And once a year thousands of BYU and UVU students, Provo and Salt Lake residents decend upon this place to participate in the rites of spring known as Holi, Festival of Colors, celebrated by those of the Krishna faith throughout the world.
Everyone throws bags of colored powder on each other. The goal is to pelt everyone around you and get covered in color as much as possible.
If you've ever been to the Harry Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, UT, you'd know it wouldn't be a proper visit without the llamas.