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Caine says:

Terrific series, P! The perspective is fantastic.

1st Oct 2007, 12:45

factotum says:

Lovely light in the arcades! What are we looking at in the bottom photograph?

1st Oct 2007, 12:47

paintist says:

sarcophagi facto.....all cut into the rock. they built/carved this chuch from the top to the bottom...

1st Oct 2007, 12:50

minkey says:

Those are great. Saw a similar church in alsace but on a much smaller scale.
Hope you had a lovely time

1st Oct 2007, 12:52

paintist says:

had a great time thanks :-)
This would have been so cool on a hot sunny day, but france was freezing!

1st Oct 2007, 12:56

hildegard says:

Wow. Wow, wow, wow.

1st Oct 2007, 13:25

taniwha says:

This is so gorgeous

1st Oct 2007, 14:44

swamprose says:

so this is all carved out, negative space in a rock?

the window placement is brilliant. not that they planned it that way.

really like those windows.

1st Oct 2007, 15:52

Dhamaka says:

that's fantastic - wonderful shots and thanks for sharing

1st Oct 2007, 18:23

Jig along says:

Great shots. That would have kept someone busy for a couple of years easy.

1st Oct 2007, 23:59

factotum says:

Ah, I was misreading the scale in the bottom shot entirely. The human remains have been removed, I take it?

2nd Oct 2007, 03:34

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3rd Oct 2007, 10:52

slg nli says:

that was me :-)

3rd Oct 2007, 10:54

MaggieD says:

I am going to add another wow and good to hear you had a wonderful time (shame it was so cold though)

3rd Oct 2007, 17:37

Richcolour says:

Wow! Those look like my photos (I was there last year). Had a moment of vertigo in the top walkway.

16th Oct 2007, 22:07

eroika says:

Wow, really gorgeous, I especially like the 4th shot!

1st Nov 2007, 01:37

billion says:

oh wow, the second shot here is just gorgeous, unearthly...

1st Nov 2007, 13:20

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