17 February 2010

Wordless Wednesday 66

Pew Detail: St. Saviour's Cathedral (Brugge)


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31 comments:

SuziQoregon 2/17/10, 3:44 AM  

Oh very cool! I love detail photos like this.

Robin 2/17/10, 4:47 AM  

How wonderful!
Robin
All Things Heart and Home

Rebecca 2/17/10, 5:15 AM  

What an interesting detail! Good photo find :)

Heather 2/17/10, 5:41 AM  

That's so interesting! I love it when I notice little embellishments like that. Very cool.

BooksPlease 2/17/10, 6:10 AM  

It looks like a flower with an eye at the centre.

caite 2/17/10, 6:31 AM  

cool...you are the queen of the photos of small, unnoticed things.

Sandy Nawrot 2/17/10, 8:37 AM  

At first I thought it was one of those Mexican Sun God things. I love how you find hidden things to photograph.

bermudaonion 2/17/10, 9:47 AM  

Wow, it's almost scary to think of that on a pew. I wonder what it's supposed to mean.

Nicole (Linus's Blanket) 2/17/10, 11:02 AM  

Great shot! I had to think for a minute about what it was that I was looking at!

carolsnotebook 2/17/10, 11:25 AM  

Really cool, but kind of creepy, too.

Stan 2/17/10, 11:59 AM  

A pew, eh? Someone wanted to make sure you had the feeling you were being watched.

Dar 2/17/10, 12:13 PM  

Great photo! At first glance I too thought that was an eye. Very interesting detail.

Dorte H 2/17/10, 1:34 PM  

Oh, you and your eye for details!

I ventured out in the cold with my camera today, thinking ´what would Beth Fish see here?´

Our camera does not allow me to zoom in in the same way as you do, but you have set a good example.

Marice 2/17/10, 1:41 PM  

thats pretty interesting :) cool capture!

u may view mine here

Digital Flower Pictures 2/17/10, 4:05 PM  

You did really well with this photo.
*two thumbs up*

Dawn @ sheIsTooFondOfBooks 2/17/10, 4:58 PM  

Great shot - isn't it an unusual find in a church pew? I'm thinking of the 'evil eye'!

I like that the sides are lit unequally.

Melody 2/17/10, 7:05 PM  

Nice shot and great detail!

dolcebellezza 2/17/10, 7:40 PM  

I so miss the details of older churches! Ours is quite new, and modern, and somehow, not quite as lovely as those in Europe. Also, when I last took my dog on a walk, he jerked the camera out of my hand into the snow where it broke, and now I have no way to post my photographs (until I buy a new one). I'm so sad...

Snowcatcher 2/17/10, 8:01 PM  

The lines lead right into the photo, and the lighting is dramatic. Very nicely done!

SandyCarlson 2/17/10, 8:40 PM  

Pew detail? Wow. That is amazing.

Veens 2/17/10, 9:40 PM  

I am sure, I would have been taken aback if I had seen it in real :)

The Bumbles 2/17/10, 11:56 PM  

I thought it was a bicycle spoke at first glance :0)

Harvee 2/18/10, 2:48 AM  

Very interesting sculpture!

Violette Severin 2/18/10, 1:16 PM  

My first thought was that it was the metal part of a tire. Well, I was way off base.

Alice Teh 3/7/10, 1:04 AM  

Hi Beth, sorry for not visiting you any earlier. I finally settled down and slowly making progress in catching up on all my friends' blog updates.

That is one interesting and creative shot!

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