Ok, see now what I meant with “peculiar style of vaults”? I think, as architecture goes, this is pretty much world class and definitely not bad for a remote hamlet sporting 3400 souls 😀
The Song of the Day is one more time “Church” by Lyle Lovett. If you haven’t heard it yesterday, head over and hear it on YouTube.
Kötschach-Mauthen is a small market town in south-west Carinthia and Kötschach is the northern part of the community. Both together have a population of approximately 3,400 and – one of the most interesting churches in Carinthia, re-built from 1518 to 1527 by Bartholomäus Viertaler, a local architect famous for his peculiar style of vaults.
I was there while bright sunlight shone through the narrow gothic windows, creating the most extreme of contrasts. It’s nothing the OM-D E-M1 can’t master, but you have to be careful not to burn out highlights in the walls.
The Song of the Day is the spectacular “Church” by Lyle Lovett. See a fairly recent live performance on YouTube.