Friday, March 12, 2010

Bench Of The Week (With Montenegro Church And Statue)







Visual Norway is the force behind Bench of the Week.

12 comments:

Leah J. Utas said...

Looks like a fascinating place.

Evan Lewis said...

Creepy, creepy kids. Makes me want to write a horror story.

David Cranmer said...

Leah, It is. One of my favorite stops.

Evan, There were four of these creepy ones looking out in all directions.

Naomi Johnson said...

I'm with Leah. That's one of those places, when you see the picture you think, oh, I have to go there.

dMix said...

Love these pictures... wish I could have been there with you!

David Cranmer said...

Naomi, Montenegro means "Black Mountain" in Montenegrin. Appropriate. The country has a noir feel to it.

d, You were the only thing the country lacked. Volim te.

Oscar said...

The church in the middle picture appears about to be attacked by the blackish-gray image in the background, a gorilla, an eagle or ?? It's an unusual picture with the trees making the image, at least that caught my eye! The Norwegians make great statues (e.g., the display in Oslo of men and women in various poses).

David Cranmer said...

An eagle. Yeah. Hadn't noticed that before and it certainly adds to the goth surroundings.

David Barber said...

I love places like that, David. Your imagination can run wild and they certainly provoke inspiration. I have loads of photos like those and up here in Scotland there are some great old churches and graveyards. I have some photos of 'Rob Roy MacGregor's' burial site and surrounding area that I may post on my blog.

Great photos David.

David Cranmer said...

Rob Roy. Scotland. Churches and graveyards. Say no more. I'd love to see some pics.

Alyssa Goodnight said...

If I ever went anywhere, I could totally get behind Bench of the Week! (Otherwise it would be the same bench every week!)

David Cranmer said...

Alyssa, That would be different. :) The bench from different angles,time of day, animals and people sitting on it.