When an atheist reaches out to a church on the prompt of “wish”, then you know we are in trouble.
Since recently, the WPC theme is announced on Wednesdays instead of Fridays. I think Friday is the earliest I’d manage to post though.
I like to add my weekly recap to my WPC posts, in case anybody new wishes to reach at least a week back to see what kind of things I’ve been posting, and for regulars to see if they have missed something. This was my blogging week:
- For last week’s Road Taken theme I showed you my favourite ten Italian small towns;
- then I collected four of my comments from under your posts and wrapped them around a dog, a whale and me at 17;
- there was the most beautiful Tuscan orange-tinged sunset imaginable;
- on March 8 I showered my favourite women with blossoms to keep us marching for as long as necessary;
- and yesterday, since it was Thursday, I gathered all the doors from Metelkova City in Ljubljana, Slovenia, barely discernible under all the street art, and splashed them across your screen.
And now the impressive St. Martin Church in Šmartno, Slovenia, where there must have been plenty of wishes in the air.
It’s little but warm and beautifully painted, even though it’s got horses where there shouldn’t be any, since they were not yet used in their horse role at the depicted time (ADD-IT: Well, at least not with such exquisite saddles.)
The photos are in the same order as they were taken. This was my discovery. Click and commence.
Photo: © signature mmm
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Wish