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Wow! The religious would have something eloquent to say about that golden halo around the steeple but I can only say wow!
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Very nice colour and light on your picture too.
"Heaven and Hell" will always be a focus point of many a discussion.
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I like this photograph. I like the color a lot.
Great, great shot.
How are you feeling after yesterday's victory over Italy?
About the match? I feel very very satisfied all the same!!!
Wow, that is drama in the sky! I enjoy your title to this post. Beautiful black and gold sky.
(I have the same title scheduled posted for this Saturday looking at my neighbor's home.)
What a symbolic picture!
Armageddon is here...
I actually like all of your pictures! And I also find trees very fascinating. I hope to be able to put together an exhibition next year. With only pictures of trees.
Thank you, Dusty Lens! I always appreciate your comments very much!
Hi Fredrik, thank you for your comments. I have had the same idea and it is since a few months already that I am thinking of an exhibition of all my pictures regarding trees only.
I second what Suzanne said, Wow! And the color was awesome too.
Wow, what light. I'm doing stormy sky as well for Skywatch Friday this week. Seems its stormy everywhere at the moment.
You are right, Ann! Today we had beautiful weaher with rather high temperatures but now it is raining again with dark menacing clouds.
Wow. Incredible photograph.
I like very much the composition. Dramatic, beautiful !
Grazie Fabrizio! I took this photo just out of my studio-window from where I can see the top of the church. The unusual colour of the then menacing sky plus some post-production did the rest.
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