Voices Jan11 by melodylowes Cobblestones cry out, Begging passersby to read Stories stamped in stone Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Excellent. Fascinating photo–is that a blue door, and if so, to where?
Don’t know where the blue door goes to – only know that this is a quaint little spot in a village in Croatia. Went there several years ago with my sister for my first and only trip to Europe. LOVED every minute…
🙂 Like this one, Melody dear!
Thank Eric! I appreciate that.
Oops – excuse the typo. 😦
And play a little jazz?
hehe Why not?
A European picture perhaps?
Yep! This is in a little Croatian village. My sister bought property there, and I tagged along a few years ago for my first European tour – loved every minute of it!
Very beautiful photo! 🙂
Thanks Antonio! It is a little village in Croatia – lovely spot.
Really nice picture, that appropriates the spot light making it even more beautiful!
Thanks very much. There are so many things to delight the senses in Europe – I’m itching for another journey…
Did you take that photo? Looks like Europe… southern Italy or France perhaps?
Croatia – my sister has purchased a beautiful little property there, so I went a few years ago to visit. Loved it!
Lovely post Melody 🙂
Thanks Peter! 🙂
Love this little poem matched with the photo, that gets me thinking about the stones crying out! Thanks Melody!
I was actually thinking about Jesus’ words about the stones crying out – thanks Debbie!
What a beautiful picture Melody. I’m sure that street has so much interesting history to it.Those stones could tell such stories. I’d love to go there one day. Croatia is supposed to be a real stunning place but it doesn’t get publicized enough.
It is absolutely fascinating! I loved the people, who were so laid back and friendly, and the scenery and history is so amazing.
Such a thought provoking photograph – yes we tread on so many things in life – yet we do not know how and what they would tell us in return if at all they could ! Thank you very much !
Very true. Thank you Swati!