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"Golden Walk" by Sonja Ehlen on 500px - Koenigsallee Duesseldorf, most famous shopping-boulevard of Duesseldorf / Germany in Autumn through which goes a canal in the middle, which is 1 kilometer long. by juliet
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juliet "Golden Walk" by Sonja Ehlen on 500px - Koenigsallee Duesseldorf, most famous shopping-boulevard of Duesseldorf / Germany in Autumn through which goes a canal in the middle, which is 1 kilometer long.
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#sin rings by juliet
THE STORY OF THE ROSARY by juliet
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juliet THE STORY OF THE ROSARY
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Confessional chairs by juliet
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juliet Confessional chairs
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candles by juliet
milan 1991 catholic paraphernalia by juliet
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juliet milan 1991 catholic paraphernalia
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Personalized Religious Items by juliet
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juliet Personalized Religious Items
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The Middle Ages showed a renewed interest in labyrinths and a design more complex than the classical seven-circuit labyrinth became popular.

This was an eleven-circuit design divided into four quadrants. It was often found in Gothic Cathedrals but over time many of these eleven-circuit designs were destroyed or intentionally removed.

The most famous of these remaining labyrinths is at Chartres Cathedral near Paris, France. The labyrinth at Chartres was built around 1200 and is laid into the floor in a style sometimes referred to as a pavement maze. The original center piece has been removed and other areas of the labyrinth have been restored.

This labyrinth was meant to be walked but is reported to be infrequently used today. In the past it could be walked as a pilgrimage and/or for repentance. As a pilgrimage it was a questing, searching journey with the hope of becoming closer to God. When used for repentance the pilgrims would walk on their knees. Sometimes this eleven-circuit labyrinth would serve as a substitute for an actual pilgrimage to Jerusalem and as a result came to be called the "Chemin de Jerusalem" or Road of Jerusalem.

In walking the Chartres style labyrinth the walker meanders through each of the four quadrants several times before reaching the goal. An expectancy is created as to when the center will be reached. At the center is a rosette design which has a rich symbolic value including that of enlightenment. The four arms of the cross are readily visible and provide significant Christian symbolism. by juliet
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juliet The Middle Ages showed a renewed interest in labyrinths and a design more complex than the classical seven-circuit labyrinth became popular. This was an eleven-circuit design divided into four quadrants. It was often found in Gothic Cathedrals but over time many of these eleven-circuit designs were destroyed or intentionally removed. The most famous of these remaining labyrinths is at Chartres Cathedral near Paris, France. The labyrinth at Chartres was built around 1200 and is laid into the floor in a style sometimes referred to as a pavement maze. The original center piece has been removed and other areas of the labyrinth have been restored. This labyrinth was meant to be walked but is reported to be infrequently used today. In the past it could be walked as a pilgrimage and/or for repentance. As a pilgrimage it was a questing, searching journey with the hope of becoming closer to God. When used for repentance the pilgrims would walk on their knees. Sometimes this eleven-circuit labyrinth would serve as a substitute for an actual pilgrimage to Jerusalem and as a result came to be called the "Chemin de Jerusalem" or Road of Jerusalem. In walking the Chartres style labyrinth the walker meanders through each of the four quadrants several times before reaching the goal. An expectancy is created as to when the center will be reached. At the center is a rosette design which has a rich symbolic value including that of enlightenment. The four arms of the cross are readily visible and provide significant Christian symbolism.
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Paul Newman with his kids (1965) by juliet
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juliet Paul Newman with his kids (1965)
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Saatchi Art Artist Loui Jover; Drawing, "never know (SOLD)" #art by juliet
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juliet Saatchi Art Artist Loui Jover; Drawing, "never know (SOLD)" #art
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Saatchi Art Artist: Loui Jover; Ink 2014 Drawing "harmonia" by juliet
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juliet Saatchi Art Artist: Loui Jover; Ink 2014 Drawing "harmonia"
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storytelling festival poster by juliet
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juliet storytelling festival poster
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2011 / Greetings Poster B / Haguruma Envelope.Shinnoske Design. by juliet
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juliet 2011 / Greetings Poster B / Haguruma Envelope.Shinnoske Design.
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Dance photography by juliet
farm poster by juliet
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An analog, wide-angle camera, inspired by the design of the humble sardine can. No two are exactly alike. #LaSardinaCamera #GiveGreat #Anthropologie by juliet
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juliet An analog, wide-angle camera, inspired by the design of the humble sardine can. No two are exactly alike. #LaSardinaCamera #GiveGreat #Anthropologie
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Outdoor shoot with fur draped over shoulder. Love the posing. Model, photography, fashion. by juliet
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juliet Outdoor shoot with fur draped over shoulder. Love the posing. Model, photography, fashion.
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NYC by juliet
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Saatchi Online Artist: Loui Jover; Pen and Ink, Drawing "cyclists" by juliet
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juliet Saatchi Online Artist: Loui Jover; Pen and Ink, Drawing "cyclists"
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dance photography by juliet
Saatchi Online Artist: Loui Jover; Ink 2013 Drawing "arbutus (SOLD)" by juliet
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juliet Saatchi Online Artist: Loui Jover; Ink 2013 Drawing "arbutus (SOLD)"
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dance photography by juliet
Andrea Gibson by juliet
While the general trend in pet photography seems to be to photograph dogs in candid, real-life settings (like the park or on a couch), I get really stoked when I see cool studio portraits of dogs, like these shots from German photographer Daniel Sadlowski. by juliet
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juliet While the general trend in pet photography seems to be to photograph dogs in candid, real-life settings (like the park or on a couch), I get really stoked when I see cool studio portraits of dogs, like these shots from German photographer Daniel Sadlowski.
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Hide that belly button by juliet
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juliet Hide that belly button
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Belly Button Lint Brush | Cool People Shop - LMAO!!! Love it!!! by juliet
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juliet Belly Button Lint Brush | Cool People Shop - LMAO!!! Love it!!!
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Right next to Belly Button Lint Lane. by juliet
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juliet Right next to Belly Button Lint Lane.
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