Famous Stave church in Western Norway!
This building doesn’t need any introduction!
Can you Guess this piece from history!
More interpretations on “Corners” can be found on WPC
When I read the theme as “corner”, I remember this joke
“And God promised men that good and obedient wives would be found in all corners of the world … then He made the earth round…and laughed and laughed and laughed….”
Have a nice weekend!
Prague before sunrise.
Every Tuesday I upload a picture of a trail or a track or a road. It is so much fun to take a walk and capture the track. Hope you enjoy it. If you like the idea feel free to join.
Next Week I will be presenting 52nd entry for the theme. I am excited and will present a post with a twist. LET ME THINK FIRST.
Finding magic is an interesting game. I will start with man made magic and then if time permits will look for nature’s magic in my photographs.
I picked three pictures taken at various churches in Rome and Prague. These beautiful artisitc pieces are no less than magic. Great artist have created magic on the roof of these huge churches. We should appreciate their efforts.
More magic interpretations can be found here WPC
Four pcitures of just one door!
For more doors check Thursday doors
In response to Cee’s fun foto challenge, presenting two photos of a door of a historical building in Rome, Italy.
This week for Cee’s fun foto challenge, I am presenting a beautiful piece of art. The door of oldest stave church in Norway. The Urnes stave chruch is a 12th-century stave church.
It is included in UNESCO’s World heritage site list in 1979. One of the many amazing facts is the key and the lock are still working and are in good condition 🙂
Last week I was on 5 days fantastic trip to a wonderful place. Soon will write a full post about it. Can you Guess the place 😀