Tuesdays of Texture – Week 33, 2016

I’m finally back with a new contribution for Tuesdays of Texture this week.

Another solid stone wall on an old country church – I seem to be coming across these a lot lately:

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You’ll find lots of other interesting texture posts over at  DE Monte Y MAR

By all means head on over to check them out and perhaps even add your own.

I thank you for looking 🙂

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About Norm 2.0

World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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16 Responses to Tuesdays of Texture – Week 33, 2016

  1. reocochran says:

    Tuesday is terrific with your stone church photographs. The textured cement indentations between stones creat ed a “giant puzzle” building. I love the way you caught the angle where you feel like you can “touch” the stones!

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  2. I do love a beautiful stone building, Norm.

    janet

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  3. jan says:

    There’s a church that was built to last!

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  6. Dan Antion says:

    You can find as many of these as you like Norm. I just love looking at them. I’m trying to imagine the work involved.

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  7. Prior-2001 says:

    Norm- from the reader – this photo pulled me in and was great at this angle – perfect for TT –
    Have a good week –
    And by the way – I read the stop drop and roll to my teen son and his gf and we all had some great laughs – you are so funny – and it was layered with insight – bah!

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  8. I always admire beautiful stonework like this, but I am also in awe of their ability to create it and have it stand through the centuries with the basic of tools and supplies. We are descendants of some really hard working and creative people. 🙂

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