Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Basilica

Basilica of Saint Mary in Minneapolis, MN.

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15 comments:

  1. Wow, this is really a lovely shot of a beautiful building! Thanks for stopping by my place and leaving your comment! I have enjoyed visiting with you!

    Kindly, ldh

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  2. Oh wow! If not for the small glass reflections at the top, that could pass for an antique postcard picture! I love it!

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  3. Oh so pretty! I love the architecture of churches.....Christine

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  4. That was large basilica in the traditional style. The sepia gave it the right "classic" style.

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  5. That is just gorgeous. :) Good work :)

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  6. I agree agree with RuneE - a beautiful building in sepia makes it look vintage! :)

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  7. Perfect! I really, really like this in sepia!

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  8. It has the look of olde Europe, but where and when I cannot say. It is a massive building, yet doesn't seem so daunting in sepia. The Twin Cities has a real classic here, the sepia showing the details wonderfully...

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  9. Congratulations on being Amanda Moore's BOTW. Pretty blog.

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  10. Lovely shot. I like the way you captured the tones and textures and rendered in great sepia tones.

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  11. Beautiful capture! I love traditional churches especially the old ones. Happy Easter!

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