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"twist(ed)" ~ PhotoHunt

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Photos of the entrance of the Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria in Perugia. The art gallery is housed on the fourth floor of the Palazzo dei Priori.

Comments (18)

Oh my stars! Love it. :)

it's amazing how they carved those with a lot of twists and turns! ;)

check out mine and tell me what you think :)

I love these photos

Wow, this is very beautiful. Your world travels are a wonderful opportunity - I'm a bit jealous!

John:

Great shots and very good choice!

The architectural looks good. The spiral twists are pretty and elegant as well.
Happy Weekend!!

Thanks! I have always been fascinated by the carvings on the various types of the buildings in Italy.

Beautiful shots of an amazing structure. ThanX for the visit and kind comments about my photos.

Nice architecture!

Great entry on the twisted theme.

Lovely entrance to that art gallery. Reminds me of holidays!

Brenda:

Gorgeous photo and beautiful carving!
Thanks for sharing, I love this photo!
Ciao ciao,
Brenda

Mar:

What beautiful choices for the theme! very unique pictures...

nice piece of architecture! the workers must have spent a great deal of time in perfecting those twists!

Thanks everyone! I love the rose colored background behind the statues and all of the intricate carvings. I wonder how long it took to complete all of the carvings?

Next week's theme is "thirteen (13)". That one is stumping me so far.

love the spirals! :-)

Great photos!

You 'make my day'~ thanks for posting in March madness... it was fun. Come pick up your little award.

Thanks Bingskee :)

Sandi, wow, how sweet of you!! Thanks!!

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