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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Skywatch - A glimpse of sky

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A street shrine framed with stone and surrounded by trees in Salzburg. The caption on top to the shrine says "Jesus Christus in Ewigkeit, Amen!". I don't know too much about shrines, but I find it very intriguing. I'd like to know the story behind this place, but unable to find information about it anywhere. If anyone knows, I would appreciate if you can can shed some light on the image inside this shrine.

Skywatch

23 comments:

  1. Nice photo with an interesting find, it is very pretty.

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  2. It always feels like I'm abroad when I visit your page, love the pic!

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  3. It's okay, the pic is worth a thousand words, thanks for sharing! :)

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  4. Happy Thursday to you.. I am finally able to take a little break from work and it feels good not to have work stuff hovering at the back of my mind every day for weeks, time to relax! :D:D

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  5. Very pretty! You always have beautiful picture.

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  6. I love the shots you feature from your travels. It's quite frustrating when we cannot find the information online, but I'm sure someone from skywatch would be able to help you out with the information.

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  7. It has probably been there for ages. Nice find. People might pass it everyday without noticing it.

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  8. An ancient Shrine that looks like it was erected by common people as a place to worship. I'm wondering how old the Shrine would be :-).

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  9. What an interesting, old shrine! I'm like you, I'd love to know more about it, too! Can see lovely pale blue skies behind it, too! Hope your weekend goes well! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  10. If you find out more about this shrine, I hope you'll share it with us. It is very interesting.

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  11. I'm intrigued, too. That's very interesting. That such an object can be displayed in public is very nice.

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  12. Intriguing indeed. I love how they built the protection for that image. Happy weekend, LR.

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  13. Great photo and interesting shrine!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  14. I wonder if the location was perhaps used as an outdoor place of worship. A very ineresting find.

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  15. interesting..i'd like to know the story behind it too! :)

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  16. hope u have a great Labor Day weekend dearie!

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  17. Hello nice to meet you.
    This blog has many nice posts.
    I like cityscape, architecture and nature.
    Thank you for sharing.

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