Friday, March 26, 2010

Stone age


Marble window in The Palace of Grand Master hall, Rhodes, Greece. Well, they couldn't afford glass, apparently :)
Marmurowe okno w holu Pałacu Wielkich Mistrzów na Rodos, Cóż, widocznie nie było ich stać na szyby :)



13 comments:

  1. Oh, that is breathtaking, wow! Great find!

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  2. this is stone? as in sandstone?
    amazing!

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  3. I was thinking these were muslin draperies, till I read your note about them being thin slabs of marble!! That is even more incredible!!! I love the whole image!!! Magic!

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  4. interesting shot. Love the light coming through. :)

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  5. What a mystery - we can imagine our own picture of this!

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  6. Lovely pattern and backlighting.

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  7. How interesting that instead of glass they used stone. Really? The pattern made by the lines are lovely.

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  8. Beautiful, as much so as a stained glass window.

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  9. Wow - I'm surprised the light can penetrate the marble.
    I hope you'll come share your pix at this week's photo linky party at image-in-ing:
    http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/a-little-dab-of-color.html

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