In Europe, I have seen some great arches, and each made me feel so small. But I marveled at the ingenuity of human beings to build these huge objects and they are still standing centuries later, when my refrigerator doesn’t last for ten years.
In the National Park in Elche, Spain.
At The Archaeological Museum in Elche, Spain
At the Santa Barbara Castle, in Alicante, Spain.
In Pompeii, outside of Naples, Italy,
At Saepinium, in Sepino, Italy, in the province of Campbasso
Another arch in Saepinium, in Sepino, Italy, Campbasso province.
Another arch in Saepinium, Sepino, Italy, Campbasso province.
Photos for Cee’s Fun Foto:
Circles, Curves, and Arches for October 8, 2019.
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Regina Davis-Sowers was ordained in August 2005, and I earned my doctorate in Sociology in 2006. I consider myself a teacher, above all else, that wants to help people examine God's word, so that they can understand how it pertains to their lives and have their faith created or sustained. Rev. Regina writes her blog, the Hope for Tomorrow posts, and the Bible Study.
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Oh you have a fabulous photos for this week. I adore your post.
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Thank you. Wonderful prompts.