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PhotoHunt: Twisted

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This week's theme is "Twisted."

I've got one from Venice and one from North Carolina this week. First is a sculpture in Durham Central Park here in NC. Definitely twisted.

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Next is this mosaic that's on the side of the Basilica di San Marco in Venice. One of thousands of architectural details on this amazing church, this is probably close to a thousand years old but looks kinda modern to me.

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San Marco

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i simply adore that twisted sculpture. and the mosaic is quite fetching. great job.

You found quite a few twisted shots! The one from NC is...er...definitely twisted, just like you said. ;-)

The rest are cool and elegant.

Mar:

The twisted sculpture is fantastic, the tiles are beautiful and they do look modern. Great choices for the theme, happy weekend!

Excellent choices. I love the sculpture too. It made me think of a lover's embrace

My kids would be itching to climb all over that sculpture.

Here's my twisted entry

Those are all great shots for the theme. The one from Durham is one I used recently on my other blog for a That's My World post. The last photo in my post here has that twisted sculpture. I didn't even think about how well that would have worked for twisted until I saw yours. Happy weekend.

Lovely photos, as always.

Happy weekend!

By the way, you and Carver, have you personally met?

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Hi Julie, not in person. We met thru PhotoHunt and then realized we both live in NC!

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, perfect choices for this week's theme. I think the sculpture in NC is really cool especially in that setting. And I love the beautiful mosaics in Venice.

Have a great weekend!

YTSL:

Thousands of miles and hundreds of years apart -- yet they're both beautiful works of art! Thanks for sharing your photos of them. :)

Beautiful. I really like the mosaic from Venice. There are lots of twisted items in Venice like Scala Contarini del Bovolo. I didn't have a digital photo of it otherwise it would have been my choice this week.

The twisted sculpture is really beautiful. Great choices for the theme.
Happy weekend!

those are incredibly beautiful and perfect for the theme.

happy weekend. :)

You got lots of twisted entry here!

See mine here.

Eds:

Love them all!

My entry is here.

Good choice for the them pretty shots. Happy hunting!

That's one really cool find of a sculpture and of course I love the others too! Ah the memories...

Thanks for the twisted tour. I think I like the twisted mosaic best. Beautiful!
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Great ones for the theme. I love the mosaic!

Spectacular choices! I love the first one.

I hope you get the chance to see My Photo Hunt for today! Have a great weekend.

mariposa:

Excellent choices for today's theme. :)


Mariposa's PhotoHunt!

I love the contrast of red and green in the sculpture photo. I had a look around while here--looks like you have a wonderful farmers market in your area. The Pimientos de padron brought back so many memories--I haven't come across any here in Australia. Thanks for stopping by.

Very very cool!! Perfect sculpture for the theme and I love your take on twisted with your beautiful Venice photo. Great choices for the theme this week!

kim:

spectacular art work in the churches. just beautiful!

That is a very beautiful mosaic :-)

jam:

Nice architecture and sculpture!

I knew that you'd have a Venice shot! LOL Beautiful pics as always.

Very cool sculpture! It brings to my mind several images, like an embrace.

The San Marco mosaic is beautiful. I don't recall ever seeing it so it goes on the list of things to look for on the next trip.

Hope you had a great weekend. Polaris and I went up to the high country and stayed in a cabin not too far from a goat farm (the one we visited on our camping trip). It was lovely and I brought some goat cheese for our next appetizer.

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