Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Theme day: Yellow


Today's theme day is "yellow". I thought a while which "yellow" photo about Torino to go to show. Then I realized that this one could be more relevant than other. What is it? Oh well the solution in three steps next three days. --- As usual, click here to view thumbnails for all participants in this theme day :-)
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21 comments:

Sally said...

I know! I know! But I won't give it away....keep it veiled in mystery, eh.

Kate said...

It looks like a parchment of some kind.

marieloupe said...

I know! I know too! I m sure I m!
It s the Shroud Of Turin!!! The Shroud of Christ!!

USelaine said...

Great choice for yellow! I'm surprised they allowed you to photograph it.

lavenderlady said...

Hum, I love puzzles. I see two figures on the sides. I'll check in again tomorrow.

Chuck Pefley said...

Ah, mysteries ... what better way to keep us coming back? Happy theme day -:)

Jilly said...

Oh well done, Fabrizio. When I saw it on the portal I thought it was old parchment but as soon as I clicked I could see the Turin Shroud. Perfect choice.

Babooshka said...

A mystery, but yes I thought the Turin Shroud. Interesting ingenious choice.

Laurie said...

Oooh, how mysterious! I don't know what it is, but it's beautiful!

G@ttoGiallo said...

Hi hi !

cieldequimper said...

I think I know too... ;-)

Rambling Round said...

I have to agree...looks like the Shroud of Turin to me!

Saretta said...

Well, it seems the others have figured it out already! I thought it was an old stained lampshade! LOL!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I will be coming back, even if others have figured it out. I was beginning to think that the little patters were an Italian Rorscharch (sp?) test.

Kate said...

I came back to it, looked more closely and figured it out before I read the comments. Fascinating!! (PS. I wish others hadn't identified it...mystery is more fun!!)

Sailor Girl said...

Amazingly beautiful!!!! GRAZZIE!!!!!!

Ineke said...

that's a great choice for today.

Bob Crowe said...

Having a Catholic upbringing, I sure know what it is. You and I may be in the lead for the strangest theme day posts.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

First of all thank you very much about your comments. Unfortunately too much work is keeping me off from the net but in few hours I hope to be able to visit and to thank each of you.

Someone guessed what it does represent; in next steps I will show you the best way to get max definition from the image.

lunarossa said...

Ottima idea sul tema "giallo". E' la copia o e' esposta in questo periodo? Cari saluti. A.

Tash said...

such a fitting and interesting selection. I first thought it was an old parchment, but Sally's comment gave the mystery away.
I look forward to the un-veiling of the mystery - it's really thrilling to see this.