One Word Sunday: Old

Well, what to post – I have tons of images of old things! Many of which are ruined or at the very least decayed….but here is old and rather lovely – the 13th Century Benedictine cloister at Monreale, Sicily. Many of the columns are wonderfully decorated, inlaid with beautiful coloured stones.

Monreale, small cloister

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

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27 comments

  1. It’s wanderful 👌

  2. Absolutely gorgeous. I’ve seen temples with white columns similar to this one, but nowhere have I seen the tiles on the columns like this one has.

  3. Oh my, that is beautiful! Thanks for giving us such a wonderful old one, Sue

  4. That’s a lovely mage, Sue. But you should have let me know about the theme, and I could have sent you a photo of me. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. This must be beautiful to see, Sue! Hope you had a happy start to 2019 🙂 🙂

  6. You worried me there for a moment Sue, I suddenly thought it was Sunday and not Tuesday. Although now almost Wednesday! The days are becoming very confusing, I shall be glad when we are back to normal! And yes, a lovely old place, such beautiful columns.

  7. Love the composition, all angles but flowing too.

  8. What wonderful colors, Sue. May I age as beautifully! 😉

    janet

  9. I lost a comment on your earlier post about the program about Sicily last night, did you see it?

  10. Pingback: New – Travel with Intent

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