Saturday, August 16, 2008

Over the top

HDP  074

Still in the Temple of Literature, a nice, timeless rooftop.
Have a great weekend everyone!

6 comments:

Virginia said...

This is so lovely but I think I need you to explain what it is exactly. I see moss, but wonder what that is on the rood tiles. merci

USelaine said...

The shape of the tiles is very different than the Spanish Colonial Revival half-cylinders we have in California. Yours form such a marvelous effect. I love moss too.

Nathalie said...

Beautiful moss-covered tiles.
Great detail shot.

We don't mind moss on old roofs in France but in Australia for some reason it's considered inadequate and people pay for specialists to come and clean their roofs...

Nathalie said...

Catching up with your older posts, I really enjoyed the giant turtle photo with the focus on the first one and the blurry perspective behind.

ken mac said...

Beautiful moss, and I agree, those are unusual ceiling tiles. Great shot.

Jérôme said...

Hi Virginia,

there also are are few yellow leaves that fell down from the giant trees that cover the Temple. I don't know exactly what they are but it kind of gives it an autumn-ish finish, don't you think?