Thursday’s Special: Green & White against Blue

Perched high on a promontory overlooking the Corsican Gulf of Saint-Florent, the polychromatic church of San Michele is the finest representative of the Pisan-Romanesque style architecture on Corsica. Its green and white serpentine and limestone walls date back to the 12th century.

I captured this jewel glistening beautifully in the late summer sun amidst dramatic and seductive Corsican landscape.

To complete your experience please listen to a traditional Medieval polyphonic chant performed by Corsican group “A Filleta”

 

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**About Thursday’s Special: It is a ‘non-challenge’ challenge that appeals to bloggers eager to wake up their creativity and show their own ideas and interpretation of the world. I invite everybody interested to join in. There are no themes, titles and techniques set for your expression, there are no limits and restrictions (no red tape whatsoever). The only thing required is to post a photo post on Thursdays entitled “Thursday’s Special: (your theme/title)” (as explained in my Thursday’s Special introductory post), to provide a link to my Thursday’s Special post, and to leave a link to your post in the comments section of my post. If you like Thursday’s Special widget, feel free to grab it and post it on your blog.

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91 thoughts on “Thursday’s Special: Green & White against Blue

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    • Hello Allan, there are about twenty-seven of them from the same period, but I did not get to see all of them. Anyway, I believe this one is the most picturesque due to its style, but also due to its position :). Thank you so much for coming and commenting 🙂

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    • Funny you should say that, Sreejith 🙂 I first thought it looked like a dinosaur especially before I corrected its slanted lines 😀 Thank you so much for your kind comment. Bless you, Paula

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  5. I am very pleased about that you have such great pleasure of visiting Corsica – I myself am very excited about this beautiful island – Corsica and Andorra are in my eyes amazing blowholes – in addition to a fabulous nature so are the people both these places so great – right originals in a good way – excellent captured photo… 🙂

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  6. Wow, what a perfect shot on a perfectly lighted day! I enjoyed the chant too. It sealed the deal on an otherwise fine image. 🙂 Sometimes, I see a photograph that sticks in my head as an example or or a mental link to something important. This image feels like one of those.

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    • 😀 I think it is the building considering your profession :), but yes, the music is terrific in this one. I am quite proud of myself for having discovered it 🙂 Thank you, Madhu 🙂

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  9. I can’t believe I still haven’t commented on this! Mea Culpa. I saw it almost immediately after you posted it and didn’t feel like I could convey how powerful it is, so I waited. The church itself is such an incredible piece of art/architecture. You capture is so vibrant and stunning. I hardly ever like to listen to music on blogs, buy yours is always an exception. This is a great choice for the photo. Happy Thursday’s Special… very late!

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