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Slowing down long enough to see into the corners. Eyes off the altar, eyes off the organ loft, eyes off the statues. My eyes rest in the corners. On the minimal that eventually shows itself.
Sometimes all it takes is a splash of vivid color and a simple setting to help one see the beauty. Found in the church in the little town of San Jesus del Monte, Mexico, founded in 1525. It is unclear … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler hit the road running; if I only had two weeks in the Morelia area, I wanted to be sure they would be days full of exploring and fun. Right off I must thank my cousin, his wife … Continue reading
Amazing that minimalism can be found even in the most ornate of churches in Paris. The little side chapel is pretty much as seen, the only thing I cropped out is a black wrought iron gate that was at the … Continue reading
He looks around, around; he sees angels in the architecture spinning in infinity, He says, “Amen!” and “Hallelujah!” ~ Paul Simon Walking through Notre Dame, though crowded with people from all over the world, I felt as if … Continue reading
Guadalajara. A metropolitan city about 5 1/2 hours northwest of Mexico City. The Current population is listed at just about 4.5 million people, and that is the metro population only. The Sunday Traveler had not been back to Guadalajara for … Continue reading
The church of Sts. Peter and Paul in San Francisco’s North Beach. An additional photo to round out the weekly photo challenge, Curves.