Saturday, April 2, 2011

Light entering, shadow moving

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Recently I showed you the inside of the cathedral of the Latin [i.e. Roman Catholic] Patriarchate in the Old City.
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Here's an outside shot.
The late afternoon shadows (for Shadow Shot Sunday) were creeping upward, about to envelop the stained glass window.
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Inside the church, the round window showed its colors.
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18 comments:

frayedattheedge said...

Lovely photos!

zakton said...

Good architecture. I like the shot with some shadow on the building.

LauraX said...

gorgeous window Dina...wow!

RuneE said...

An impressive architectural photo at the top, but that off-centre composition of the second will be my favourite.

Miss Becky said...

it's beautiful seeing the window from out and then within. very nice. nice shadows too. have a beautiful weekend Dina. happy SSS.

JM said...

Beautiful contrast to the blue sky.

Kay said...

That's very impressive, Dina.

Karl said...

Beautiful cathedral and photos Dina!

Pietro said...

A splendid cathedral and a lovely plain stained glass window.

Birdman said...

LOVE that shadow working its way across the facade of the church.

cieldequimper said...

Simple therefore beautiful.

ρομπερτ said...

Hope.


Please have a good Sunday.

Hey Harriet said...

Wow! What a striking cathedral! And a perfect blue sky. Gorgeous! I enjoyed the tour of the inside also! Enjoy the rest of your weekend Dina :)

Ann said...

stain windows are so beautiful.

Francisca said...

That's a particularly nice window, inside and out, Dina.

Ms. Burrito said...

So pretty!

Would you please drop by and see my shadows? Would love to see you!

Suzanne said...

Dina,
The arial photo is lovely, where is that? I think that is exactly what G-d sees when looking down at us.

VP said...

What a difference to look at that window in the dark...