Sunday, January 31, 2016

St. Johann in Ranui


The Church of St. Johann in Ranui - Villnöss / Funes Valley.

13 comments:

  1. I just love this picture, Karl!

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  2. Totally amazing image Karl, have we seen this one in summer?

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  3. wonderful and amazing place like this seems so calm!

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  4. A perfect scene. Love those clouds.

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  5. A gorgeous scene! The church looks so small and unprotected, though. One of my great-grandfathers was named Johannes. But I don't this church was named for him. So far as I know he was anything but a "saint." :)

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  6. It looks so all alone out there by itself!

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  7. A lovely church and a perfect image!

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  8. A beautiful church, and what a gorgeous setting!

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  9. Such a beautiful little church. The scenery is gorgeous as always Karl!

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  10. What a great little church. Is it used every Sunday?

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