Hope

Every individual finds hope in his/her own way. Hope can come in varied forms. From some unlikely occurrence, from someone beloved, from something as simple as a smile on a child’s face. But I think most of the times for all the people who are remotely religious hope comes from prayer, irrespective of what God they believe in. I visited Dresden in Germany a few months back and there in the center of the city stood this huge church called Frauen Kirche (The Church of our Lady) and I think the picture I clicked there would be perfect for this week’s challenge.

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17 comments

  1. cobbies69 · January 28, 2012

    Great pic and like your link to theme. 😉
    http://wp.me/1j16x

  2. faceinacrowd · January 29, 2012

    Interesting picture. What kind of lens did you use–wide angle?

    • ThoughtsUnrestricted · January 29, 2012

      Hi, thanks 🙂
      no no I have a nikon p500 semi slr…
      so just the default lens 🙂

  3. enzo · January 30, 2012

    Great pic…

  4. Cassie's world · January 31, 2012

    What a lovely picture! Nice colors and really interesting angle. You can almost see prayers flying to heaven and filling the sky with hope.. at least that’s what I thought after reading your text and watching the photo 🙂

    Greetings, http://wp.me/p1XrXs-8K

    • ThoughtsUnrestricted · January 31, 2012

      Hi Cassie,
      I knew that the picture was dramatic, but thanks a lot for so aptly describing my feelings in your words 🙂
      Thanks a lot for your trackback, comment and wonderful interpretation.. 🙂

  5. Joe · January 31, 2012

    What a beautiful piece of architecture! Well captured.

    http://wp.me/pPyQY-xR

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  7. pix & kardz · January 31, 2012

    a beautiful click – they don’t build like this anymore 🙂
    thanks for sharing.

  8. Writing from the Edge · February 1, 2012

    Beautiful. Amazing that it’s still there after the bombing. That symolises hope in itself.

  9. Lorely Forrester · February 1, 2012

    Beautiful! Amazing that it is still there, after all the bombing. That symbolises hope in iteself.
    Wordpress doesn’t usually let me leave comments, so I might have to do this via facebook!
    http://lorely-writingfromtheedge.blogspot.com/2012/01/picture-it-in-your-own-words-1_29.html
    Writing from the Edge

    • ThoughtsUnrestricted · February 1, 2012

      Hi Lorely,
      Whats surprising is that this structure could not withstand the bombing. But the people of this town were very hopeful and they rebuilt the whole structure in its original glory!
      Thank you so much for stopping by, I really like your blog too!

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