I like to explore….
Thank you! 🙂
Amazing. I couldn’t build that in a million years :).
It is very spectacular….can you imagine how long it must have taken to build?!! 🙂
Maybe I should post mine too, Ach, will keep them as a future stop gap when I run out of current pics. But let us be honest and admit in Portugal one sees all over the most spectacular ceilings out. Lovely pic. Have a great weekend.
This ceiling certainly blew me away! Thanks you and have a lovely Easter 🙂
That’s an “oh, wow” shot. Somehow you’ve kept the framing – or is it the light? – still enough for the stone to look like lace. Gorgeous craftsmanship, gorgeous shot:)
The stone-work is so amazing, right?! So beautiful. Actually I struggled to keep the camera still enough…I had to adopt a ‘John Wayne’ stance (very attractive) in the name of art to try and avoid the dreaded camera-shake 😉 I’m happy you think it at least partially successful! 🙂
This is a beautiful capture of a great art in Architecture and you enhance its beauty more with your excellent photo shot. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Thank you Dolly, I’m glad you think so! Have a wonderful Easter 🙂
You’re very welcome Tania and have a wonderful Easter too 🙂
now your talking , excellent photo 🙂
Thank you so much! 🙂
Cathedrals – the glory of these buildings never fails to capture me. Beautiful photograph.
Me too 🙂 Thank you!
I love gothic ceilings! This one is exceptional. Great shot.
Thanks, the detail is beautiful in this ceiling – I wonder how it was done all that time ago! 🙂
Thanks Robyn 🙂
Great details 🙂
Thanks Bashar! 🙂
Thanks Madhu 🙂
Reblogged this on L'amore e forte come la morte.
Thank you for the re-blog! Much appreciated 🙂 And a Happy Easter to you….
How amazing… You captured so nicely too dear Tania, Thank you, with my love, nia
I would love for you to meet Juliet and I in Italy and shoot with us for awhile. I could learn so much from you 🙂
I would love that too! Although I don’t know about learning from me! I know we would eat and drink well though haha 🙂
you would for sure 🙂
flabspendus! is that a word? there isn’t one strong enough for how awesome this is!
Spectacular captured… Great picture…
Thank you very much! 🙂
Excellent shot Tania! 🙂
What a beautiful photograph! And the architecture, wow … amazing!
Thank you and yes….it just beggars belief that such beauty can be created as this 🙂
Great shot! I love Gothic cathedrals with their honey-comb like ceilings.
They are amazing aren’t they?! Thank you for appreciating it too 🙂
I never realized varicose veins could be so beautiful– just lovely!! : )
Hello Tania. I am loving your fantastic work.
i am from Portugal and me and my colleagues are guides here for quite some time now but we are now buiding a website. So I would like to ask you if it is possible to use your photo of lisbob’s cathedral in our website:
In a few weeks we hope the website will be ready for all people to come and visit it at http://www.lisbonsecrets.com
We offer quality tourism from a different perspective – the local inhabitant but also guide perspective.
Please let me know if I can use your photo and congratutations for your work, once more. Greatings. Gloria ribeiro from Portugal – Lisbon
Hi Gloria, thank you for this lovely compliment, I would be honoured to have my photograph featured in your new website 🙂 I would appreciate it if you would credit me for it with a link to my blog.
Lisbon is very beautiful and interesting…..good luck with the site, it sounds like a great idea and I look forward to seeing it when it’s up and running! Thanks again, Tania
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