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More from the archives... Duke Chapel


Still sticking close to home, so I've dipped into the archives once again! Hoping this finds you in good health. Praying for our world!





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41 comments:

  1. Stunning arch way & great towers. Greetings, take care.

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  2. Magnificent architecture, so beautifully portrayed in your photos!

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  3. WOW!! These are very beautiful impressions of this awesome cathedral!

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  4. A sad irony that churches are closed, but these are lovely photos. I find it hard to take building photos. I love the angles you got in the last two pics.

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  5. Beautiful building and great photos. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I LOVE your first image looking down the corridor. Beautiful. Have a good week and stay safe.

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  7. So amazing that they can build those awesome looking building.

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  8. Such a magnificent building! Beautiful photos as always,Sue.

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  9. So beautiful and great!
    Sorry, I can no more see your linkup.
    Someone "X-frame" has forbidden to show it.
    Greetings from Germany

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  10. Beautiful and impressive building. Have a great week.

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  11. Happy belated Easter time and thanks for hosting.

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  12. These photos are a beautiful reminder of just what really matters...:)jp

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  13. I love the look of churches, and government buildings. Do I go to them on a regular basis? No. They are pretty buildings!

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  14. Very impressive building! Thanks for sharing.

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  15. That's just gorgeous! We're sticking close to home, too. Stay safe, stay healthy, and be well, Sue!

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  16. Wonderful captures and beautiful architecture. Thanks for sharing and for hosting this week.

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  17. The home of the Lord should always be magnificent & this one is just that. Thank you so much for sharing. I truly enjoyed all your photos. You have a good eye for a great shot! Be safe. Be healthy & most of all BE!

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  18. Awe-inspiring!
    Thank you for all the prayers. Uniting with you in them. We are all in this together.

    I was unable to find your page the last two weeks so wasn't able to link up. Glad I did finally. :)

    https://natashamusing.com/2020/04/palacio-do-deao-a-charming-mansion-in-goa-wordlesswednesday-wednesdaywisdom/

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  19. Its a beautiful chapel and you have captured it so well.

    Have a safe and healthy week ahead.

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  20. I looked into archives too :)
    Thank you for hosting.

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  21. A magnificent Gothic cathedral. Thank you for sharing with us!

    Happy WW! Be safe and well!

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  22. Suuuper Images, and like. :)
    Happy WW.!!!

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  23. Wonderful Gothic cathedral!!!
    Greetings Elke

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  24. So beautiful and stunning. So sweet. Thanks for sharing it with us. Very lovely.

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  25. Sue,

    Great pictures! I love the arched entrance - fabulous capture!! I'm happy to read that you're safe and home doing well. Continue to remain healthy, my friend!

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  26. Where is the Duke? I love it. It reminds me of the national cathedral in D.C.

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  27. You have some nice archives!! Great photos.

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  28. These kind of architecture is fabulous, full of the energy of history.
    Thank you for sharing these images!
    Happy Today and all the best in your world!
    Thank you for the linking!

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  29. Yes, what can I say, I see a great chapel, but unfortunately not very much in heaven?
    However, does it appear that the top of the tower is scratching the fine cloud-shoemaker that hangs over the god building?
    Our sky looked something like this today, it was not always bright blue, but sometimes also lost.

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  30. Lovely ornate architecture, and beautifully photographed!

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  31. such a wonderful architecture indeed...Love to see all those photos from our archives during this stay at home session

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  32. Beautiful. Visiting from the tots and me link up. laurensparks.net

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  33. Great photos. Thanks for the party!
    Amalia
    xo

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