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Interior of Gesuiti

This is the church with all the marble that looks like brocade fabric - I wrote about this one a few weeks ago here. This late 19th century colorized photo of the interior looks pretty cool.


Also worth checking out on Venice Daily Photo is this gorgeous aerial photo of the Basilica.

And Jill (softdrink) has some wonderful photos of churches in South Carolina and Georgia on her blog.

A new addition to my birdfeeder list except it's not a bird. When I got up this morning and went in the kitchen to make coffee, I looked out the window and saw an enormous possum in my feeder! What freaky creatures they are - I'd never seen one so up-close.

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This is such a beautiful photo, Annie -- thanks for posting it. The marble really does resemble a rich fabric!

Terrific photo. :)

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Annie, Great photo! That's a cool blog with a great arial view photo. I think I'll bookmark that one for my daily fix on Venice in addition to your blog. I have my own photos (which I do enjoy looking at), but after awhile I need something new to look at.

Also really enjoyed Jill's ablum. Thanks for the links.

That is a very cool photo!

Oh my gosh, a possum?? what did Lulu? She is a beautiful cat by the way. I have always been a cat person myself.

Thanks again for the flower name - you were correct. I just didn't realize that there were so many varieties of the Campanula flower.

LuLu was over at her bowl eating breakfast and missed seeing Mr. Possum - I am sure it would have riled up her up!

Thanks girasoli - she is such a sweet cat with a great personality - lots of fun to hang out with.

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