Monthly Archives: June 2017
Thursday Doors – June 29, 2017
Old door, Palais des Papes (Palace of the Popes), Avignon, France.
The Palais des Papes is the largest Gothic palace in the world. There are 15,000 square meters of living space, which is the equivalent of 4 Gothic cathedrals. Its construction began in AD 1252 and it became the residence of the Popes in 1309. The huge structure is actually two palaces joined together, each built for a different pope. The palace was seized and sacked by revolutionary forces during the French Revolution in 1789 so most rooms are totally empty, but some beautiful frescos were preserved.
The Courtyard (the old door can be seen on the far right).
The Palais de Papes external view. Detail of the main entrance and towers.
180/365 – End of the Line
179/365 – Bienvenue!
178/365 – Light and Shadows
177/365 – Double the Fun!
Little girl playing with water.Oh, wait… There’s two of them! Identical twins, identically dressed, having a blast while Mom takes pictures.
176/365 – Curves & Lines
One of my favorite places in Los Angeles, the Getty Center is an architectural wonder. I’ve photographed it many times. Today we spent a lovely afternoon there with friends who were visiting, so here is some of its architecture with its beautiful curves and lines.
175/365 – Attitude
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174/365 – Abstract