With every Jeronimus post you make me want to visit the monastery more.
What lovely old dark wood! The paintings are beautiful too.
I can feel the quietness of the place just by looking at the pictures. The radiant light from the round window adds a heavenly glow to the room. It must be entrancing to be in that peaceful place.
Tenho mesmo que passar por lá...é incrível o sitio!
A place to be for singers near and far. And the occasional photographer.
Peaceful and beautiful.
A dark room at first and an explosion of light then. Great contrast, I like any post about the Jerónimos.
Very nicely captured!
Great photos - you can see/ feel the oldness of the place!! I was there when much, much younger and don't recall much. And of course now I have the excuse to take loads of photos!!!! Tenho de voltar la para a proxima vez em Portugal!!! Gena
Good grief..evokes a distant feel from my past though this is very old and well..shall we say almost overwhelming (lol), I'm thinking through childs eyes.Terrific share-
They are beautiful JM, and the place looks so calm!By the way, I don't know why it's impossible to enlarge some of my photos - I'm helpless with computer!!!!
Wow!!Amazing UNIQUE piece of ART :-)Have a very happy New Year and a wonderful and happy 2010 :-)(@^.^@)
Such detail. And the light is lovely. Great photos JM :)
They seem quite dark and sombre to me ... but the light gives them a nice lift.
Nice photos... enjoy your site.
NOne of our choir stalls ever looked like this - they're rather magnificant.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
Well, they are nowt but johnnies-come-lately!!
How very beautiful.
A most magnificent choir loft!
There are full of devout faith.The sun beam emphasizes it more.Your viewpoint is splendid.A Peace ＆ Healthy 2010 for you !
Quite beautiful. MB
Wow - heavenly look inside the monastery! I wonder how a choir would sound in there! By the way, the house on my blog on Monday is kinda small and needs a lot of work I think - thus the lower price. Happy New Year, Jose'!
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