This tiny church was wedged into a triangular space at the intersection of Via San Marco and Via Diana inside the walls in Siena. Note the well, or font, in front (with the motorbike parked behind it!) The church was closed, so we couldn't go in, and I can't find any information about it on the web.
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dta (63716) 2013-04-10 10:10
Hello Roger ,
A curious , but pretty chapel stunningly built at an angle of street . I like the light and the sky . It would have been better without the car and the scooter , but we dont'see them a lot .
cargus (8044) 2013-04-10 10:14
Beautiful church, beautiful composition and colors, perfect sharpness, excellent work.!!
dale54 (6429) 2013-04-10 11:23
roger hi,tfs this lovely pic of yours,what a wonderfull old church,beautifull color and scenic! dale
jimmj63 (2303) 2013-04-10 23:22
Good image and very good light
lovely the church
snunney (79973) 2013-04-11 2:28
The tight framing, possibly used to minimise the impact of the car, works well, concentrating the attention on the interesting and unusual façade. The lighting also helps in this respect and the excellent detail.
jemaflor (81636) 2013-04-11 4:23
Bien présentée cette façade d'église, le format vertical est idéal, la tonalité chaude des pierres est plaisante.
Noel_Byrne (21666) 2013-04-11 7:13
Its pretty cool how they managed to get such a building into such a tight squeezem, and nice one for hiding the bike behind the well.
Amazing level of ornate detail on the building for its size, the baroque design is surprisingly fitting for such a small place.
All the best