Many thanks - they're just as, or even more, beautiful! I've always been drawn to the interiors of churches and cathedrals - it was either all my art history classes or the summer I spent wandering through so many in England many years ago, I think.
Yes, considering how and when they were built, makes me shudder sometimes. How many years and lives were used to build some of these cathedrals? I like the idea of using photos to expand upon the history of a place, while at the same time creating them as expressive form of documenting and distilling a place as seen today through the "eyes' of our cameras.
Beautiful lighting in all, Alf! I'd be thrilled to be walking there. I like the way you've embedded these so that when one clicks on them, there's a slide show in a nice big size. Lovely images. I think I'm hooked on that boy in black and white with the fountains.
So here we are, taking two days off while the country enters the second week in lockdown.
after a long breakfast we get outside to take a walk in the fields, so we can get some light while slowing infection.
while it looks empty, it’s not - about 50000 live nearby
Spring is quite near. Hope it’s warmer sooner as it might help.
We should be out of town - first it was Jerusalem, then after canceling that it was a short tour in the north among family and friends; then a little while in the Etruscan heartland - and as you can see we are exploring our literal backyard instead.
and then it’s home, and cooking cooking cooking
And in a day or two, off to work we go