Sunday, January 20, 2008

The door of the church

This is half-door about the San Massimo's Church built in neo-classical style (will come outside photo). I like it in the pale light of the entrance. Sorry about poor quality.

Questa è una parte del portone della Chiesa di San Massimo costruita in stile neoclassico (mostrerò il suo aspetto esterno). Mi piace illuminato dalla sola fioca luce dell'ingresso. Mi scuso per la bassa qualità dell'immagine.
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13 comments:

Rambling Round said...

I rather like this dark doorway. The carving shows up well in low light.

Clarice said...

Hiding in the shadows?

Dusty Lens said...

I am amazed at the craftsmanshi to scenes like this. Not sure why you would say this was poor quality, looks very nice to me!

Ollie said...

beautiful door

Nikon said...

It is beautiful quality, Fabrizio!!
I love the shot, the composition, the incredible workmanship of the door, great!

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b.c. said...

Oh very nice even with the light...

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Ming the Merciless said...

Awesome photo, Fabrizio! Even though half the photo is of a street scene, my eyes automatically focused on the detailed design on the upper right corner. I also think it's the light in the photo that leads the eye to the top. Very nicely done.

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• Eliane • said...

Very nice! I like the contrast between the dark door and the pretty yellow building behind the column!

Simo said...

Sempre complimenti per le foto.

Quando mi manca Torino, so dove andarla a cercare... almeno visivamente.

Gwen said...

Very beautiful and intricate design on the door, makes the door have an aspect of solemnity.

Jilly said...

Such a beautiful door. I like the photograph.