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it's really like a painting. excellent work
It does indeed. So simple that it borders on simplistic. So clean. So tidy. Like a picture out of Vogue Living where I just want to go in and muss up a cushion and put a lone sock on the glass tabletop together with a smear of ice-cream.
I like a place to appear lived in - and mess gives that impression.
I really like this little church. THe clean white and that nice red roof. The green design on top is interesting. I don't think I have seen that before.
Thank you all of you!!
The whole of Friedrichshafen looks very tidy and very clean. There are many beautiful villages around the lake and in the countryside with hectares of perfect apple trees, like if they were taken out of children's books. A relaxing atmosphere, but I would very much miss the passionate and sometimes violent colours and imperfect structures around Italy's lakes and in the countryside.
I liked this church as an eye-catcher for its simplicity and essential lines. Also inside, clean, essential, with only a few ornaments, just as a house of pray should probably be, but again: after a while I would also miss the amazing Romanic churches in my area, "loaded" with frescoes, paintings and ornaments in the most vibrant colours. Perhaps it is just a matter of what one is used to.
I know excatly what you mean about the naive painting, which Ihave only recently coincidently some across.
Mainland Eurpoean architecture really
is so different from the UK.
How come you can take so stunning photos...?? OMG.
It is a modern, simple, design without any flaws that I can see. I like it. It looks more like a commercial art illustration that anything else.
Great photo....it really does look like a painting. It's almost too perfect to be real.
Thanks for yor kind comments, M. Isabel!!
Thank you too for your impressions, Abraham!!
Thank you, Babooshka and Sharon!!
Has a sense of order about it, I think.
(if I get these letters right, it will be a miracle) lol
I came to look at your lovely photo & the caption reminded me of this story: my grandma in Pula, Croatia was a small time buyer/seller of anything & everything throughout her life - she attributes to surviving WWII with 2 small daughters in Serbia to having lots of fabric to sell for food essentials. In the '70s she bought 2 smaller Generalic paintings on glass (of trees with baby blue sky) & later a friend (a bigger wheeler/dealer) took them to a gallery on Lago Maggiore to sell. Unfortunately, the friend & my grandma had a falling out & that was that.
Thank you for you story, Tash!
Life must have been extremely difficult for so many in that part of Europe during and after the II world war. Many were able to flee to other countries but others were compelled to stay and be subject to daily survival trials.
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