Sunday, October 25, 2009

Saint Simeon afflicted again.


The still-being-worked-on Church of Saint Simeon in New Belgrade is still being afflicted by an adverse juxtaposition of posters, like the ones I showed you here. Now it appears that our simple minds have a graffiti soul, I guess. I guess this is some improvement on what the other posters suggested!

7 comments:

MuseSwings said...

Hello! I'm sorry to hear you've been ill and pleased to hear you're getting back to normal! Interesting choice of posters - It makes sense if one really has a simple mind. We claim to - at times, however we certainly do not. We have many faceted souls that reflect the brightness of our powers of thought and understanding.

Jacob said...

Am I correct to assume this is a Serbian Orthodox church? It is truly beautiful. I'd love to see the interior, too.

I don't get the posters at all.

Glad you're feeling better.

JoMo said...

Great shot, the incongruency of now and then is very cool.

Anil P said...

Are the posters there for permanent? They seem to interupt the views of the magnificient church structure.

Thérèse said...

A surprise
for you here (peut-être même un cadeau empoisonné lol -)

James said...

What a neat looking church. The tree branch is a nice touch.

Marie-Noyale said...

Somebody is having fun!