“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Considering that it was all done without computers and power tools, the architectural design and craftsmanship of those times is simply mindbending to behold..
Nick Danger ... sounds like a complete tool.
Anonymous insults are usually not taken seriously.
Not an insult - more an inside joke. Foreward into the past...
Are we sure it wasn't a "Paint-By-Numbers" project?
Wow! That is some painting! Where would I go to see it?
The painting is called either/and/or "Wings of Desire", "L'Esperance", and "The Hope", by Diogène Ulysse Napoléon Maillart, and is located in Chateau de Chantilly, in Chantilly, France.Here is the URL for the highest resolution version:https://i.pinimg.com/originals/6f/bf/61/6fbf61b025611e37d75f33c905d8c66e.jpg
Thank you! It's appreciated...
There has been nothing done in the modern world with computers and power tools that compares with local churches and cathedrals all over Europe, from Portugal to Poland and Greece to Ireland. Nothing.