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    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/19
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      Memo, this one makes me want to spend the afternoon just checkin’ it out and spending time in the sun.

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/09
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      Thanks Mary – Sarah-Jane has so many wonderful pics of Croatia, she has me itching to go.

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/09
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      Bob, This little chapel is in Croatia but I’ve noticed the same architectural style in the US, especially in older prairie towns.
      I was told they did that simply out of frugality. There may be a window on the side or other end but typically not many.
      the lack of them does intrigue me too.

  1. 2014/02/07
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    I’d love to be there, for sure.

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/07
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      Sherry, I’ll race to the jetway! 😀

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/07
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      Jeff, I love finding old sites like this one Sarah-Jane shot.
      Small country church, out in the middle of a field, no one nearby.
      Feels more intimate.

  2. 2014/02/05
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    This is such an unconventional shot. Looking at it and turning my head to look at it makes me wonder what it looks like inside the church. Great photo!
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    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/05
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      Hi Sharon, it’s a fun shot for sure and the colors! 😀

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/05
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      I want to take a picnic there and just “be” there all day! I love this shot, it’s fun and shows a bit of Croatia I’ve not seen before. Jess, if you like this, check out Chasing the Donkey as Sarah-Jane has great work there.

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/05
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      Sam, I’ll bet Sarah-Jane let the donkey loose to chase everyone away. Maybe I should try that next time I go for the human-free photo opp. *laugh* The Church is called Saint Vid and is in Privlaka, Croatia.

  3. Great picture, really really like it! The lines and the colours, even textures come perfectly together, and the little chapel is so cute, reminds me greek countryside!
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    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/05
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      Marysia, I agree that chapel is quaint and all that surrounds it… makes me think it’s the perfect picnic spot.

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/05
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      Thanks Penny – if you haven’t Chased the Donkey yet, click over to Sarah-Jane’s site for all kinds of Croatian tales and goodies.
      It’s a fun and interesting site.

    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/05
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      Hi Natalie – There’s no telling what went through Sarah-Jane’s mind while taking this photo.
      Perhaps there’s a message or maybe she stepped into a dip when she snapped it but I do enjoy the architecture, field and sky – Wow!

  4. 2014/02/05
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    Yep, I would definitely chase the donkey up here… After chasing it I would probably see the church the same angle as the picture is taken 😉 (not really fit to chase a donkey 😛 )
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    • Maria Falvey
      2014/02/05
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      Milene, that’s funny. Sarah-Jane lives in Croatia and is having a blast taking photos from every corner of it.
      Do yourself a favor and check out her site (click on the site name below the photo) to see and read more about Croatia.

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