Wednesday, December 5, 2012

"Straight and Curved Lines with-in a Church or House"

The theme this week by Mac which is "Straight and Curved Lines with-in a Church or House". Mac, Kathy, Sandy, Craver, Lew and I have a little contest to show a new theme header each week. We now post anytime before 4 PM EDT on Wednesdays and voting begins after that. 


I decided to use my trip across the Alps with the Shaker Heights Band to show this theme. I visited two parts of The Cathedral of the Assumption while in Brixen, Italy. The older part from the 10th century. The newer cathedral  is where I got my header. This fresco is just one of many on the ceiling. I loved the straight and curved lines on this part of the church.
The double clock towers are just beautiful.
This is a view toward the alter.
Check out these straight and curved lines.
This is the 10th century church on the left.
There are many straight and curved lines in the church.
This fresco has really interesting lines. You can really see the age in this church.
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11 comments:

katney said...

HI, Tom. I used some of my travels for church lines, but came home for my header. Good shots.

Craver Vii said...

I love to see a church that looks like a church. My own church is SO very plain! :-(

I imagine that the lighting can be tricky inside all of those curves and light sources. You did great here!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Those old churches have such intricate designs and details.

Sylvia K said...

Awesome old churches, Tom, and terrific captures for the day!! Hope your week is going well!!

imac said...

I thought about the Austrian Churches, just like your shots Tom, but went for the Simple approach.
real neat shots too.

Jackie said...

Gorgeous shots!
I am envious of your travels.
Beautiful photos!!

Lew said...

Wonderful shots of the inside! And quite a difference between the two buildings. It is amazing what they could build back in the 10-th century!

Linda Gross said...

So very pretty; good choice for header.

SandyCarlson said...

These sure take the !

DeniseinVA said...

Fantastic photos! I would love to visit Italy one day.

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