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The Byzantine church of St. Donat in Zadar, Croatia was built in the 9th century. Croatia is full of such archaeological treasures. A lot of prayers have soaked into these stone walls.
Windows in a stairway. I’ve enhanced the faint colors in PS.
croatia, zadar, churches, blake steele
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Lovely shapes and patterns with beautiful delicate colours – very gentle feeling of peace with this image, Blake
Thanks Grandma Mattie. Love to you.
– Blake Steele
Mmm…gorgeous movement and color. Stunning simplicity.I can see and feel the radiance of those prayers.
oh I’m not so sure I’ve have moved out of that moment,sublime x
Thanks Lisa. Do you mean the 9th century? I wonder what it would have been like?
yes though a dark age with a huge Viking influx
I’d have to be a Nun in 9th century..
And I probably a wild Viking pillaging. :) Then a monk in a later life trying to make up for it, but a very poor monk… too much Viking blood left.
Stunning work Blake!!
Thanks Sharon. I put you on my watchlist so I can get back and really look at your beautiful work when I’m not so tired. Good to you!
What a treasure of round and light!
Thanks so much, handprint. :)
Wow Blake- I first visited this place 40 years ago as a kid! How beautiful this is- gorgeous light and perspective. Love the surfaces. Your work is always such a treat to view.
Thanks Rosie. I appreciate you and your comments.
Lovely shot! x
Thanks EmbraceLIfe… such a nice name.
Oh thanks Ainsley.
this looks like a painting…it is brilliant.
Hey, thanks K. :)