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Thank you for this excellent and well documented photo. Like1 + Fav1. Friendly greetings from Romania and all the best, Stefan.

Hard to take photo of artwork sometimes. This is superb!

It is built in the Collegiate Gothic style, characterized by its large stones, pointed arches, and ribbed vaults. It also has a 50-bell carillon and three pipe organs, one with 5,033 pipes and another with 6,900 pipes. The 77 Chapel windows were designed and constructed over a three-year period by 15 artists and craftsmen, including S. Charles Jaekle of G. Owen Bonawit, Inc. They are constructed from over one million pieces of glass, imported from England, France, and Belgium and varying in thickness between 1/8 and 3/16 inch. The largest window measures 17.5 by 38 feet (12 m), while the smallest measures just 14 by 20 inches (510 mm). (wikipedia)

Wonderful picture! Greets from Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Wonderful trees and grass! Greets from Guayaquil, Ecuador.

хорошая рыбка!)

Palo Duro Canyon is a canyon system of the Caprock Escarpment (a long, precipitous, clifflike ridge of land, rock, or the like, commonly formed by faulting or fracturing of the earth's crust) located in the Texas Panhandle near the city of Amarillo, Texas, United States.[2] As the second largest canyon in the United States, it is roughly 193 km (120 mi) long... The canyon was formed by the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River, which initially winds along the level surface of the Llano Estacado of West Texas, then suddenly and dramatically runs off the Caprock Escarpment. (wikipedia)

Dennis, you are so right. I was on the wrong side of the Sisters. I thought the Lava Fields were to the South. It took me a while to check because I couldn't get Google Earth or Maps to name the Middle Sister. I kept getting the ads. They need to recognize and name Middle Sister for us.

A blessed place, full of history, I learned about a few beautiful pictures. Thank you and like, the whole series. Respectfully, Stefan

Thanks, as you can tell I'm more interested in nature and history than art, although I have tried painting.



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