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Thursday, 11 September 2008

By the Chiesa di San Gottardo

Twenty-five degrees at 10am, sunny periods. Feeling surprisingly warm.


By the Chiesa di San Gottardo, Carmine Superiore on just such a day as this 2007

5 comments:

Vanessa said...

V. atmospheric. What's that thing bottom left?

Anonymous said...

Hi Louise,
Looks like a font to me, or is where the holy water is kept for the communicants to dip their hands into.

Anonymous said...

Hello Louise,
After all that rain, a huge orange ball has appeared in the sky. I think its something to do with that collider that they have just started up on the Swiss/French border. Do you think they have generated a black hole and we have now appeared on the other side of the universe like 'Star Trek'?
Or, is it just indigestion.

Louise said...

Dear Anon 2, Could you take over from me writing the blog when I go on holiday?

Louise said...

Hi Vanessa, I'm told that it was used to grind chestnuts into flour...

Thursday, 11 September 2008

By the Chiesa di San Gottardo

Twenty-five degrees at 10am, sunny periods. Feeling surprisingly warm.


By the Chiesa di San Gottardo, Carmine Superiore on just such a day as this 2007

5 comments:

Vanessa said...

V. atmospheric. What's that thing bottom left?

Anonymous said...

Hi Louise,
Looks like a font to me, or is where the holy water is kept for the communicants to dip their hands into.

Anonymous said...

Hello Louise,
After all that rain, a huge orange ball has appeared in the sky. I think its something to do with that collider that they have just started up on the Swiss/French border. Do you think they have generated a black hole and we have now appeared on the other side of the universe like 'Star Trek'?
Or, is it just indigestion.

Louise said...

Dear Anon 2, Could you take over from me writing the blog when I go on holiday?

Louise said...

Hi Vanessa, I'm told that it was used to grind chestnuts into flour...