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Thank you, Rider 🙂
Great shot – perfect track for the mood of the photo.
Thank you so much 🙂
Absolutely gorgeous Paula!
🙂 Thank you my dear 🙂
It was a natural stage so well lit 🙂 Thank you.
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Good moning, very nice!
Danke Jens 🙂
I love the perspective and the lighting in your photo.
Many thanks, Charlie 🙂
One of my favourite pics,ever,Paula!
Ti ringrazio tanto Anna. This one is special for me 🙂
Oh wow, did you set up the lighting.?? It is absolutely marvelous…
😀 I did not have to :D. Thank you so much Bulldog.
Is it the entry to a church? Very nice light.
Thank you, Max. This is Basilica Palladiana in Vicenza that served as the seat of government.
Wonderful light, very well captured… 😉
Love it – nicely composed and beautifully lit.
Much obliged Tina 🙂
Magical!!! Old buildings are incredible and you are able to catch its atmosphere!!!
Muchas gracias Ilargia. Esta es basilica palladiana en Vicenza – es un edificio muy especial y con la luz preciosa que no pude resistir y me quede tomando fotos alla toda una hora echada por suelo 😀
Genial!!!!! Te entiendo perfectamente!!!! 🙂 🙂
A gate of inner light
Exactly … a gate of inner light 🙂 Thank you, Seonaid.
Inside, but with a gate to go out again. Beautiful photo, Paula.
Santé, my friend.
beautiful for sure!
Thank you Baby Jill 🙂
very nice, love the detail
Thank you so much 😀
That is just beautiful. I love the perspective of looking up at the gate, followed by up the stairs.
I am happy you like it Angeline 🙂
Lovely photo and music.
Why thank you Tom 🙂
Great golden lighting and POV. But now I want to go beyond the gate! 🙂
Don’t think I did not want to go beyond…… 🙂
Ahh- Vicenza! I bet you have a few more Vicenza tricks in your back pocket, Paula. This one is stunning. I do, and I don’t, want to go inside there. 🙂
Are you (like me) holding your breath to see if Jake makes an appearance again this week? I didn’t manage Anime but hoped to participate this week. No worries- I have more than enough blogging to do. Stay well 🙂
Hello Jo. To be honest I completely forgot about him this weekend. I have so much to do and I am hardly managing posting twice a week (once for weekly photo challenge and the other for my non-challenge ;). Sorry is I am less diligent seeing your posts this week, have packing and washing to do for my trip to Corsica next weekend. Hugs, P.
Oh, wow! 🙂 Happy travels! I’ll look forward to some fantastic photos.
Love the mood you created here 🙂
That’s lovely to hear. Thank you, Bashar. 🙂
an inspirational post!
I appreciate this, Eddie 🙂
What a stunning image! Brilliant! Cheers-
Great shot Paula and the track is so fitting. Excellent entry for the challenge hon. 😀 *big hugs*
I love this!:) It’s hard to look away. It’s an amazing entry because I do want to climb INSIDE the photo and explore the textures, contrasts, and beautiful geometry!:)
Thank you very much Warren 🙂
Fabulous shot, Paula. It really beckons one to enter through that gate. Love the insistent piano music. 🙂
It really does 🙂 Thank you, Sylvia. The music is by my currently favourite pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi.
I’m speechless… (I almost miss this one, it didn’t come to my reader :?)
I have the same problem Amy and it is very disappointing as I have found I am missing many interesting posts
The same happened to me :(. I hope they’ll fix it.
The colour makes it look so inviting and one itches to step inside. Love this shot.
This is so lovely to hear :). Thank you, Colline.
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Great shot. you’ve captured the light very well.
🙂 Thank you, Swati
Wonderful composition and lighting! 😀
🙂 many thanks 🙂
Some amazing light you’ve captured here! Beautiful shot, Paula:)
Fantastic light and detail Paula! Imagine the sound effects in this incredible space!
La lumière, l’angle de vue, les couleurs, ça me plait beaucoup !
Et voila, c’est une petite photo prise avec mon powershot g1x – queques fois il suffit un bon compact ;). Je te remercie Julie 🙂
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