View from my office during today's snow storm that had tapered off quite a bit when I took this photo after lunch.
The Christmas candles in the window are powered by batteries, two come on automatically when it starts to get dark and the other three have some kind of built in timer that turns them on for six hours every day at whatever time you first adjust the light bulbs. O, brave new world!
The tall building on the left is the Great Hall, formerly the abbey church. The building in the distance shows the roof over the stage in the auditorium. The building also houses the Music Department.
Real Audio file of the Christmas Concert and Midnight Mass:
On December 30 2008 52 Views
Stickxkuky On 07/02/2009
Me agregas a favoritos & me avisas para hacer lo mismo ? *-* Avisame :$ ..
Nosoiitucatt On 21/01/2009
Yoelmasglam On 18/01/2009
ME PASO SI TE PINTA AGREGAME EN FFS :)
Chaapameestaaah On 13/01/2009
X___thexbast On 04/01/2009
oie sorry por la tardanza :B ff dale? ^^!
Chocolatterocher On 04/01/2009
Limadohhh2 On 03/01/2009
te pasas? :$
si ss wena omda alludame cn 2 firmitas :O
Geogblog On 01/01/2009
The next generation of candles will, no doubt, be solar powered.
'tis the season of much shovelling, and astringent temperatures. I celebrated the New Year with friends and a rather fine trappist beer from Belgium. There was a chihuahua scuttling about too.
Esse grupo destina-se a fotos de igrejas.Qualquer foto não relacionada ao tema será descartada. Não serão aceitas fotos retiradas da internet. Procure deixar o máximo de informações: Ano de construção, localização e fatos históricos por exemplo.
This group is intended to show pictures of churches.Any picture not related will be deleted. Please no pics taken from internet.Try to add as much information as you can: Year of construction, location and historic facts.
What is texture?
Texture goes beyond mere pattern or form into something more complex and organic that you could touch, feel and maybe even identify with your eyes closed if your hand were big or small enough. These are visual representations of a non-visual sense: touch.