Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways

 

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38 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways

    • Well, I can’t take credit for the door, it was just standing there :D. This is not the highlight of the church Santa Maria degli Angioli, but I think those are the most photogenic frescoes, although they were done by some anonymous artist from the Baroque period.

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  1. Dear Paula,
    oh dear, I am actually not such a friend of these kind of frescoes, too crowded for me and most of them are alike by depicting similar senes. But what I find interesting is the perspective you choose to photograph them. I was a bit puzzled with that door to the outside. It looks that different from those two angles: you see a background and you don`t. Your two perspectives made that fresco interesting for me.
    Enjoy the weekend
    Klausbernd

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  2. Hi dear Paula, you obviously hit Lugano on a very hot, humid day. The climate is so important to our wellbeing, there’s nothing that knocks me out more than the very hot and the very humid. Give me the North and the freshness of the sea! 🙂 I have already commented on your fine way of reflecting the scenes in the church, I just wanted to add that you have picked just the right music to go along. Have a great week and enjoy the cooler weather. 😉
    In Bonn it’s raining at the moment, grey and pleasantly far away from a heat wave… 🙂
    Big hug to you♥
    Dina

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