Black & White Sunday: Religious Building


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Today the Black and White Sunday theme is a religious building. You have until next Saturday to post something fitting. Leave me the links to your posts… I’ll be waiting….

To all those who celebrate, happy Easter!



Check out entries for this Black & White Sunday. Click on the titles bellow:

Clabbered Churches

Masjid Sultan, Singapore

St Francis in ViennaΒ 


Huzur SahibΒ Nanded

Notre Dame from Saigon

Furuset Mosque

Gothic Splendour

Saint George on Gramercy Park

Religious Buildings of St. Honorat Island

49 Comments on “Black & White Sunday: Religious Building

    • I was appalled to hear the neighbours drilling walls on Easter morning and it put me in a vile mood. I’m relaxing now. Blessings to you, Meg.


      • have to chim in here – did you say doing some drilling? oh man – give it a rest people… and hope you have a nice week πŸ™‚


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  7. What a lovely capture from Vicenza, Paula.
    Happy Holidays to you!
    *Klem* from the Four of us,
    Dina, Klausbernd and our two Bookfayries Siri and Selma


    • You read my reply to the other comment or you’ve been there before? Thank you, my dear Dina. I am sorry for being a bad blogging buddy and for my scarce visits. My best to you guys. I think of you even when I don’t visit xo

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  9. I remember lovely Vicenza! I liked this in colour too, Paula. πŸ™‚ Beautiful music!
    Hope you’ve had a good weekend and are feeling more like yourself.


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  12. Yes, the angle really makes this special. Such an imposing image, and a great sense of time too, as if this photo had been taken several centuries ago. You’ve been time travelling, Paula, and didn’t tell us πŸ™‚


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