Wednesday, September 13

Sant Miquel del Fai Church near Barcelona: Bell Detail

Old Bell at Sant Miquel del Fai Monastery Cloister
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How many times have this old bell tolled since medieval times?...Located at one of the walls along the corridor where the cloister of Sant Miquel del Fai Romanic church used to be, the bells (there are two) are silent witnesses of centuries of quietness and meditation under the cliffs that overlook river Tenes and neighbouring towns of Bigues and Riells. Check my previous post for more Sant Miquel del Fai information.

PS: I will start recommending sites related to photography in a way too make these posts a little bit more useful and not just about old churches and monasteries god knows where!.
Recommended: Photography Schools: The Brooks Institute of Photography (check students'gallery)

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Blogger Morgia said...

estaba tocant o es que está al reves?

2:44 AM  
Blogger selana18 said...

Nice capture! The colours are very beautiful...

10:56 AM  
Blogger dutchie said...

Good post!

12:20 PM  
Blogger Curly said...

Ding, Donk!

Curly's Photoshop

2:08 PM  
Anonymous Mick Gordon said...

There is this fantastic old bell hanging from the arches at "Las Ruinas" in Cartago in Costa Rica. It used to be a huge cathedral but it was destroyed by a nearby volcanoe. Your photo reminds me of that spot.

5:25 PM  
Blogger Carlos said...

Estava tocant, es a dir, aturada a la posició on hi-habia quedat. Fixat com a dalt, la finestra acaba amb arc. Graciès, Morgia.
Thanks Selana, Dutchie,Curly, and Mick (nice web).

5:34 PM  

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