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Woman at the door

Via dei Pettinari, Rome, October 2019


Copyright Debbie Smyth, 14 November 2019

Posted as part of Norm’s Doors and Monday Mural

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  1. Unusually old-looking mural. I wonder if it really dates to a few hundred years ago (unlikely, considering the condition of the paint) or if it’s intentionally designed to look like very early renaissance religious paintings. And as you say — the glowing blue sphere in her hand is also a mystery.


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  2. Beautiful door, but I can’t make out what’s in her hand …
    Am still thinking about why you cooldn’t see my One Word Sunday links. While in bed, it came to me, that we had several electrical outages in Sep. and Oct. – even though I had my posts published ahead, I was not able to link without electricity. It didn’t effect All Seasons, since I responded to the people who linked, when the power was back on.

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    • That may be the case – not a big problem apart from me missing you off the thank you list!

      And someone has added something to her hand, which is annoying because now we don’t know what, if anything, was there originally. I’m thinking maybe a crystal of some sort. In the google maps 2018 shot there was a pale blue glow without the added sticker

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