Pretty nifty shot Adelina, for a moment there I didn't realize it was a mural....lol.....and thanks for sending me your link to your Moment of Glory... ha ha ha.....loved going through your gallery as well....take care, Wesley
The mural, I don't know how old it is, but still intact presents a 3D effect. Initially I thought the two men were in the painting itself. Wonderful composition. Thanks for sharing.
Really digging the expressions on the faces of the people sitting..Looks so fun and engaging. Them being in the shot really changes the atmosphere to a more homely tone.
Great shot! Perfect timing and local people mood well represented.
Actually this is not a chapel, this mural is from the Sedile Dominova of Sorrento: "The seat “Sedile Dominova” lies in the old town centre of Sorrento, in the corner that Via San Cesareo forms with Tasso Square and owes its name to the Latin locution “domus nova” (new house). The seat, in fact, was built in the 14th century by a group of nobles and represents the only evidence remaining in the Region Campania of the ancient noble seats, places dedicated to meetings and discussions of nobles, mainly during the Middle Ages." (from here: http://www.bellevue.it/mag/the-sedile-dominova-of-sorrento/)
Ah, beat me to it, saw it a few years back... it's on Via Fuoro and can be seen on Google Earth Streetview with links to pictures on it.
That's the cafè of the Circolo della Società Operaia (Worker's Afterhour Club), in downtown Sorrento.
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