Tour Guide

I live somewhere in Europe and as you know the continent is full of beautiful places, historical buildings, breathtaking landscapes and awe-inspiring nature. I could have chosen any of those but I thought which of those you have never seen before? And after a time landmarks tend to either look like or blend with each other or become so familiar people just scroll down when they see them. 

So, today I have chosen a unique piece of art I bet most of you didn’t behold yet.

It was a chance encounter. Not even in my wildest dream, I thought I will find it where it is__ in the middle of nowhere. While hiking I saw it from a distance and I thought: “What is that???” It appears and disappears from view. When you see it you’ll understand what I mean. You see… it looks like this:

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The way it was constructed fascinates me endlessly. I’ve never seen something quite like it before.

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When you look up it looks like this:

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Amazing isn’t it?   

They call it Reading Between The Lines Church and located in the city of Borgloon in the province of Limburg.

29 thoughts on “Tour Guide”

      1. I like the photo you took looking up at the steeple from inside the church. It looks like something that had been run through a photo-editing app, but it wasn’t—which makes it even more unique.
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      2. It’s quite one of a kind. I seldom edit photos and only for lighting and contrast but never alter an image. I don’t believe in over editing/photoshopping images to resemble something which you can’t find in real life. I like photographs to depict reality.

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  1. That has got to be THE coolest thing I’ve ever seen!! Thank you so much for sharing it.

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