February 19, 2010

'White Convent'

Just near the church of Our Lady Immaculate there is the monastery called, by inhabitants of Nowy Sacz, 'the White Convent' (because of the white walls of the monastery). Nuns from this convent run school for girls and recently have opened cake shop (they are famous because of delicious cooking).
We posted other angle of the convent some time ago. You can see it here.

9 comments:

Fio said...

Bardzo ciekawe zdjęcie. Takie nierealne.
Pozdrawiam!

PAK said...

Ładne. Szkoda, że tak ciemne (ja wiem, atmosfera, no i warunki do fotografowania zapewne -- lepiej, że jest ciemne, niż gdyby nie było go wcale).

Karine said...

This is a great photo, I love the effect that the lit up windows creates!

Jacob said...

It's the yellow colored windows that make this so impressive...almost like eyes...

gogouci said...

The lighting gives a very eerie atmosphere.

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable colour!
Hugs
Léia

Cristóbal said...

Hahaha, it seems that it is a worlwide thing that nuns cook really good sweets (we have a saying here that you have a "nun's hand" when you cook really well). What kind of sweets is sold in their cake shop?

I'm slowly starting to catch up with blogging after a long holiday.

glasgowdailyphoto said...

This is an absolutely beautiful picture! I love it!
Jackie

Tash said...

Interesting, mood photo. You can link this to Sepia Scenes blog "club".