wordless wednesday

30 comments:

  1. Too beautiful. Not hard to love every nook and cranny.
    Happy Wednesday, dear Daryl.

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  2. Fabulous textures in this one- makes me want to reach out and touch it.

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  3. Fabulous! The column's crown with floral gems...such detail and you've captured it all. Wonder if this is plaster or stone? Lovely photo!

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  4. another beautiful architectural detail.

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  5. intricate but i shudder at the cleaning process...I imagine there cld be more than 6 around the area? :P

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  6. I'm with Stan it's beautiful but think of all the spidey hidey places ^.o.^ <<>> ^.o.^

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  7. Thanks for da spirals, Dar...




    Aloha from Waikiki

    Comfort Spiral

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  8. So "statuesque"!

    Cheers!
    Ron

    http://inspiredbyron.blogspot.com/

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  9. Questions: What did the Corinthian column say to the Ionic column ?
    Answer: You Dor-ic.
    Get it?
    Dork !

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  10. Can almost feel the
    roughness.. fantastic texture
    captured once again.

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  11. Intricate column details that I bet most people just walk by and not even notice it.

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  12. This looks so freshly molded from wet clay! Now you've made me want to get out my potter's wheel...if I had one.

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  13. Another few coats of paint should do the job.

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  14. This is beautiful, Daryl! Not that I expected anything less...:)

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  15. Stunning! But my first thought was ... gee...I would hate to be the painter that had to strip all the old gunk in order to paint.

    funny what pops into my little pea size brain!

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  16. I have a capital fetish too. This one is gawgeous.V

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  17. Nice detail. Looks like it has been coated with a few layers or paint or something else?

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  18. Those ancient Greeks sure knew what they were doing when they invented these babies. Love the photo!

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