Skaista baznīca un izdevies skats. Celiņš interesanti sadala fotogrāfijas apakšējo daļu, pastiprinot celtnes vertikālo līniju.
Šī ir apsolītā no Akmenes. Atgādina kaut ko no militārās aviācijas, stāvus iet debesīs :) Daudz varenāka, kā pierasts redzēt jaunās baznīcas.
Es teiktu īsi - Space-shuttle! :D
Ceru, ka ar šo frāzi es nebūšu aizskaris īsteno kristiešu izpratni par idejas interpretāciju? Galu galā gan vizuāli, gan garīgi abiem (gan baznīcai gan kosmosa kuģim) ir tikai viens mērķis - tiekties tuvāk debesīm!
p.s. prieks, ka saulīte man arī mazliet te palīdzēja!
Very interesting building and a really generous approach.
Unfortunately there is a very poor solution of the map in this area to study the overview.
Thanks for comment! This church dimensions really impressed me! If You look on full resolution of this photo, there is a man figure standing next doors little on the right side.
My apologizes about little blurred quality of this sight. I have two more photos with much better sharpness, but there are no such bright sunny contrasts because Sun hide behind clouds. :(
Yes, of course, Ainars, best colors you get at sunny sky. Especially early in the morning or late in the evening short before sunset the colors are warm and forceful.
But even when its cloudy you can get very atmospheric shots. When it's cloudy and windy you only have to wait a few minutes for a sunray on your subject and you'll get a dramatically shot with great contrast like --> here and also --> here.
Beautiful shot, Ainars, with the clouds and the sunlight--and such good geometry!
Thank You Marilyn!
I am glad, I got this photos series from my recent Lithuania trip. Naujoji Akmene (New Stone?) church are very special with these impressive dimensions and unseen silhouette. Despite Lithuania are very religious country it is not easy for me to find detailed infos about each church, I seen on my way. Seems to me, collecting and publishing such info over internet are still in progress and takes much more time to get managed. There is local pages where we can see some interior photos.
Thanks, Ainars, for the link. It helps me see what this impressive church is like.
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Photo taken in Naujoji Akmenė, Lithuania
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