From an agnostic point of view by Cvail73

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From an agnostic point of view by 

She’s quite pretty, really…
Taken in the very simple but beautiful, and greatly maintained church of the village of Grimaud in Provence, France. The stained glass of the church were made with the melted cockpits of planes shot during the war. Interesting indeed.

“From an agnostic point of view” *was featured
- in the group European Everyday Life
- in the group Statues and Such *

And won the avatar Challenge of the Christian Churches, Statues and Crosses group

It all started when I was about 8 when my brother received a camera as a present. It fascinated me, and a year later, I won a basic camera for holiday work at school. The virus was inoculated.
I had my first SLR 18 years ago, went staight for the darkroom at Uni but decided that staying up all nights was not a good idea so I restricted myself to only taking photos after a while. I quickly jumped on the digital bandwagon and loved it straight away..

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  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillarabout 6 years ago

    When I saw Her for the first time I felt the warmth and calm… Yes, She is absolutely beautiful…

  • Thanks! I think of her as a very elegant statue..:)

    – Cvail73

  • Rob Davies
    Rob Daviesabout 6 years ago

    love this :) Very classical shot matches the subject well :)

  • Merci! :)

    – Cvail73

  • KLiu
    KLiuabout 6 years ago

    beautiful statue and interesting background information

  • Thank you so much :))

    – Cvail73

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorabout 6 years ago

    …how beautiful and pure looking she is, you have however contributed so much more to her radiance, through your artistic capturing of her…wonderful work Christelle!! xxx

  • Thanks Karin, In my head, I place her in a box with Gregorian chants! :))

    – Cvail73

  • BGlatzeder
    BGlatzederabout 6 years ago

    Haunting image, very nice light – and wow, that really is interesting about those windows!

  • Thanks!! :))) light was scarce but good ;)

    – Cvail73

  • terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
    terezadelpilar...about 6 years ago

    Beautiful St. Theresa of Jesus. Love this:))

  • Thanks! :)

    – Cvail73

  • Ellen van Deelen
    Ellen van Deelenabout 6 years ago

    Just beautiful!

  • Thanks!! :)) Blame the sculptor ;)))

    – Cvail73

  • Peta Hurley-Hill
    Peta Hurley-Hillabout 6 years ago

    beautiful statue certainly captures “the little rose”.Lovely shot

  • Thank you!!! :)

    – Cvail73

  • Rebecca Bryson
    Rebecca Brysonabout 6 years ago

    congrats on your feature lovely capture and love the bio

  • thank you very much! :)))

    – Cvail73

  • seawhisper
    seawhisperabout 6 years ago

    love the title :)

  • Thanks, I think it makes a diference in the reading of the photo :)

    – Cvail73

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