There is something about artistic ceilings that makes me want to take pictures of them…it’s challenging with a point and shoot camera, and often the results are less than ideal. But the idea of craning my neck and shooting upwards is just too much to resist…hope you like these amateur attempts!
blue mosqueBlue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkiyehagia sofia

Hagia Sofia, Istanbul, Turkiyesanta maria del fiore domeDuomo, Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, ItalyDSC03105Vatican City ceiling design

DSC03103Vatican City ceiling paintingsDSC03121Vatican City ceiling painted by Raphael

DSC03114Vatican City ceiling art in galleries

DSC03262Gold-encrusted ceiling, Doges Palace, Venice, Italy

DSC03998Ceiling art, Glencarin Museum, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania

sheesh mahalCeiling of Sheesh Mahal (glass palace), Jaipur, India

akshardhamCeiling of Hindu Temple, New JerseyDSC04336And the oddball one, this represents Santa’s gift delivery system in the sky-at Yankee Candle Village, Massachusetts

Published by iheart11

A 30-something year old woman, physician by profession, fiercely passionate about work, family, travel and fashion..

2 thoughts on “Ceilings

  1. My word, these are beautiful :O. I hope you keep posting more, wow :D.

    Also, if the idea of craning your neck and looking upwards and clicking appeals that much to you, perhaps you could experiment with pictures of the sky as well there is so much to be seen there :O


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