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Resting dog at the entrance to the Mitropoli Cathedral, Athens
I love how this pup blended so peacefully with the Mitropoli Cathedral entrance in Athens Greece!
I love dogs, but i dislike cute dog photos.
This one I like, I like her alabaster tone. She looks like she is taking a well deserved rest, almost as if she is claiming sanctuary. I expect the doors to open at any moment, the patriarch to gather her in his arms and carry her to the foot of the altar.
The marble is as beautiful as any that I have ever seen, but then, I've never been to Athens.
The dog serves as a design appointment to imbue the scene with vitality. I once read one interior designer's dictum that said every room should contain something humorous. Paolo, can you move quickly from room to room?
I also love the unusual blue-veined Travartine marble of the columns. I hope they aren't faux, but who cares if they are? Stunning photograph all around, Derbytea!
I try not to put myself in situations where I have to move quickly from room to room or out a window, yeye.
I have a friend who creates floors that are works of art, he has an incredible passion for marble and stone. I know he would rather kneel here and run his hands over the marble than pet the dog.
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