This example was in the Chiesa S. Agnese in Dorsoduro.
The floor look so beautiful, with alternating squares or red and white stone/marble. But it is extremely rough in texture. I wonder how they keep it so spotless?
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Tagged as ammonite, Chiesa S. Agnese, Johnny Lee, rough floor
Thank you, I wish we could take 3D photos, to really show what things look like! I guess we can, but I sure haven’t got that equipment.
Wonderful photo! Very cool.
Hi Yvonne 😀 I’m an old fossil and need polishing 😉 Ralph xox 😀
You’re not THAT old, and a little elbow grease might make you as good as new, or near enough! 🙂
Cheers, il mio amico. oxo
Whew. Thanks. You’ll be calling me a toy boy next 😉
And just from looking at it, a bit hard on the knees.
My Dyson vacuum sucks enough hair out of my carpet to make a new cat…weekly so maybe it could get stuff out of the nooks and crannies there.
Actually, it’s not all Lili fur…think some of that silver hair is mine.
Good morning, Darlene. When I say rough, I really mean it! Even a vacuum would have a hard time getting stuff out of the crevasses. Maybe I’ll have to find the cleaner, and find out how they do it.
That would be an excellent project (finding the cleaner)…maybe they’ll even let you have a go.;-)
Um, no thanks, to the offer of physical effort! 🙂
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