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lundi, avril 16, 2007

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Originally uploaded by gbenard.
¡joyeux anniversaire!, Mr KMAIR :)

dimanche, avril 15, 2007

stare 


stare
Originally uploaded by Mamluke.
bronze head from an oversized statue - Augustus - Meroe Head -

Roman - probably made in Egypt 27-25 BCE - found at Meroe, Sudan

Bronze with glass & stone eyes

V&A Museum, London, UK 


V&A Museum, London, UK
Originally uploaded by ocamacho.


mardi, avril 10, 2007

boys 


boys
Originally uploaded by mohawk.


mind.jpg 


mind.jpg
Originally uploaded by mark.photosynthesis.
television public service announcement graphic

dimanche, avril 08, 2007

lace cross 


lace cross
Originally uploaded by Mamluke.


mercredi, avril 04, 2007

The Last Supper 


The Last Supper
Originally uploaded by mcdowell.


.crucifixion. 


.crucifixion.
Originally uploaded by insonniableu.


lundi, avril 02, 2007

ONE YEAR AGO 


ONE YEAR AGO
Originally uploaded by KMAIR.
Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Karol Wojtyla
16.X.1978 - 2.IV.2005

samedi, mars 31, 2007

upholstery in the sun 


upholstery in the sun
Originally uploaded by Mamluke.


saints and sinners 


saints and sinners
Originally uploaded by babblingdweeb.
One of the saints...and my favorite statue on the fountain
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Oakland University; Rochester, MI [USA]
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Dedication plaque reads:
"Saints and Sinners" Marshall M. Frederioks, Sculptor
Dedicated October 22, 1976

Sculpture given by
The Josephine E. Gordon Foundation

Fountain and pool setting provided by
The Irene Wellok Trust and The Oakland University Foundation

07020040 


07020040
Originally uploaded by peterandjennc.
From a website on St. Irene: One night a sister of the nunnery noticed St. Irene praying in the outer yard of the convent. Our venerable mother's feet were not touching the ground but rather she was standing in the air about two yards above the ground! Near her there were two extremely tall cypress trees. So long as our glorious saint was praying the two cypress trees bowed down to the ground and waiting for our venerable mother to finish her prayer. When finished with her prayer St Irene touched the treetops and blessed them in the sign of the cross as they returned to their original position! The nun, saw this amazing site and became frightened. She watched this strange event for three hours. She went so far as to check the cell of her abbess in order to make sure that she was not dreaming. It was not a dream.

So was the nun terrified that she did not mention the event to the others. Several days later the nuns noticed two handkerchiefs tied to the tops of the two cypress trees. Our venerable mother had tied those two handkerchiefs there for the glory of God because many times the trees venerate her.

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