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02-JAN-2006 Ana Carloto

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Niall O'Shea08-Sep-2006 08:56
It's a stunner! I like it better than mine. I wonder if Agnes' reference to a crown is what planted that word in your comment on mine. :)
Sam_C12-Jan-2006 07:13
Beautifully sharp image. I really like the dynamic range you are getting out of that camera, Ana. You are truly talented.
Chris07-Jan-2006 22:27
Excellent eye, Ana. I like that this photo could only be taken at the time of day you were there. V.
SRW07-Jan-2006 12:04
Amazing use of light and darkness; and I agree with Kal...
Kal Khogali05-Jan-2006 15:02
Very powerful..I didn't see just a crown...but a crown of thorns...very very powerful. K
Bernd Koenemann05-Jan-2006 05:15
I am not one of the "chosen", but some people, when they listen with the ears of their minds, can hear the walls speak. The architecture, the shadow, they both scream high gothic revealing a time in history when the structure was built. There is artwork that talks of different times and artists, there is damage that speaks of natural and manmade traumas, there probably are gravemarkers that let you knos about those who officiated here and of those who had enough money to buy there place on the wall or on the floor. There may be graffiti that let's you know about a secret romance between one João and one Ana in 1974.

Ana Carloto, you are gifted. You probably do understand the walls.
Guest 04-Jan-2006 17:53
that shadow look like a crown on the wall...
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