La construcción original es del s. XIII
What a beautiful old architectute and POV!
Greetings from Izmir,Turkiye
Many thanks for your comment. It's a really interesting church.
Refined, dignified, simple, also is fastidious very much.Why but doesn't have the window nearly? I like this black and white effect!
Expressing best wishes.
To pray no light is needed. Don't you think so? :)
In adition, in the XIII century we didn't know how to make windowed churchs, avoiding walls collapsing. Anyway, cemeteries aren't good view (although I like them).
Thank's for comments.
Sorry, I do not understand these. The pray does not use the window? Doesn't need to ventilate? I really did not know, hoped you forgive.
No ventilation was needed: there was abundant incense in those times against heavy atmospheres... (sorry, it's a joke).
? ..... :(
super mono, great sky & lovely angle for composition!
What? 2c, the king of b/w's saying "super mono" to one of my poor pics... amazing! unbelievable!
Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi Malko, thanks for your very kind words, appreciated!
Love this, great pic!
YEAH Malko, a great sample for your outstanding work with normal pixels =))
I hope you are using same pixels as we do? ;)
Well, I usually buy my pixels on ebay. (this time there was just sepia toned pixels available). Then, I arrange them, one by one, into the monitor, and that's what you can see. ;oD
Many thanks Alex!!!
There are not much windows. It must be very dark inside. However, a very interesting architecture.
The hermitage was closed, so I couldn't go into, but yes, I think that a torch may be needed. :)
Thanks for comments.
Excellent shoot Malko. Very nice point of view and a perfect monochrome conversion. Y* for this beautiful picture.
Greetings from Berlin Marco
I'm still learning about monochrome conversion (and will do for a long time, I fear). So I'm delighted by the Y*.
Many thanks Marco.
Belíssima imagem! Adorei! Parabéns!
Muito obrigado **Beatriz **. Encantado com sua visita e seu comentário.
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