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Old Dec 18, 2011, 7:58 PM   #11
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Very nice set . Interesting enough, the inside of the church looks like the one found in Russia!

Thank you, this church is the result of the Spanish influence after the invasion to South America.

Styled in Latin American Baroque,design elements include a near symmetrical facade, Moorish influence in the nave, and artwork by artists of the Quito School of Arts.
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Old Dec 18, 2011, 8:04 PM   #12
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Marcelo,

as much as I like your work with the New York skyline and you do know that,
I really have to say that I would add this series to some of your finest work that I've had the pleasure to view.
Simply beautiful work.

Thank you for taking the time and making the effort to receive approval from the authorities in Ecuador.

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Hi Zig,

Nice to see you again for this neighborhood.

This building is one of the most beautiful colonial constructions in my country and I have to be thankful with the Architect Diego Santander who gave me the authorization to shot the church.

I had only 30 minutes to shoot but it wasn't enough, I could spend the entire day in this building with my camera.

Thank you so much for your kind words, its mean a lot for me.

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Marcelo,

as much as I like your work with the New York skyline and you do know that,
I really have to say that I would add this series to some of your finest work that I've had the pleasure to view.
Simply beautiful work.

Thank you for taking the time and making the effort to receive approval from the authorities in Ecuador.

Zig
Hi Zig,

Nice to see you again for this neighborhood.

This building is one of the most beautiful colonial constructions in my country and I have to be thankful with the Architect Diego Santander who gave me the authorization to shot the church.

I had only 30 minutes to shoot but it wasn't enough, I could spend the entire day in this building with my camera.

Thank you so much for your kind words, its mean a lot for me.

Regards.

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Old Dec 18, 2011, 8:06 PM   #14
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Your photographs are inspiring. The intricacy and detail put together buy the artists that constructed this is beyond amazing. What a great place to visit. That spiral staircase is really something.
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Thank you guys for the commentaries.

Eric I'm glad you like the pictures.

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