Saturday, January 2, 2010

Scenes from the Past


Before the holidays I showed you some shots of a church in Mexico.
Let us travel back and see another one even more remote.
When I looked from the camera in all directions, I could see only mountains, no village, houses, or any reason for this small church to be there, yet when I entered there was one small vigil light burning on the church altar...
Check back and I will show you some interior shots of this special place.

22 comments:

  1. I'll check back to see the inside....

    it's not like I'm going to be doing anything outside....brrr....that will keep me away from my computer....

    happy new year!

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  2. What a beautiful image, the green grass and blue sky is stunning.
    I will check back for sure.
    Happy New Year.
    Sunny :)

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  3. OMG Glen! This is beautiful! I have a special spot for the missions of the southwest and Mexico. I have four large paintings of them I did when you enter my house.
    Can't wait to see the interior!!
    Happy 2010!!

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  4. Very nice and the colors are stunning. Thanks Glen! I look forward to the interior shots.

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  5. A breathtaking photo.Strange that there allways is a light burning on the altar.

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  6. Oh jeeezzz this one is beautiful Glenn. I wonder who would have lit that candle?

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  7. Amazing shot .... I can almost feel the silence. Gives me a good feeling!

    Happy New Year!

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  8. Hola amigo bella foto , parece una postal... o un cuadro pintorico.... te felicito por esta imagen tan espectacular .

    Un abrazo de amistad de MA desde Granada .

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  9. Preciosa imagen, parece un cuadro.

    Feliz año.

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  10. Such a beautiful photo Glen. I love the remote feeling to this. The skyscape is amazing!

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  11. looking forward to seeing the interior ... what a fascinating place ... thank you for visiting the other day

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  12. Oh Glenn many thanks for your uplifting words today. I'm honored to hear those words from a photographer like you...sigh. There's still so much for me to learn but moments like these make it all worth.

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  13. Wonderful photo.I like it very much.

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  14. What a wonderful take, and congratulations for your great blog and best images. I will follow four work!!! P.S. And waht a great motorcycle!!!!

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  15. Just like from a fairytale! Lovely!

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  16. What a great picture.
    Congratulatiions

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  17. Wow!! very amazing! :)
    Great photos you have here

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