Posted by MadScientist (Düsseldorf, Germany) on 9 December 2010 in Art & Design.
Starting at yesterday's position, stepping a bit forward, then turning round, and we are looking at the magnificent organ of St Salvator.
My (old) coffee-table book of selected postings.
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If you familiar with pantomime conventions..."it's behind you!"
9 Dec 2010 8:27pm
@Ted: Boo! :-D
Very ornate and the pipes stand out nicely in gold. Now we just need to have a painting party and get those walls painted white so that there is even greater contrast with the beautiful woodwork.
9 Dec 2010 9:33pm
@Steven: Restauration is under way! I've seen many scaffolds outside.
I like the concentration of color to the lower part...it makes good contrast with the upper colorless and brighter part - the two persons in front should had put lower their heads
9 Dec 2010 11:00pm
@apodromos: Sometimes you have to take what you get. :-)
One feels the old walls to be happy to hold such a treasure enclosed within their undecorated faces. It makes me happy,too, to be able to see the many details so clearly!
15 Dec 2010 6:21am
@Japanalia: Some new paint would be great, though. I think this is going to happen in a few years, so I will have a bad time taking shots there! :-O
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