Christmas Spirit: Little Madonnas of Rome











Getting Into The Christmas Spirit







About time I got into the Christmas Spirit. Starting with one of my little 'Madonnelas' that are peppered throughout Rome gracing the already stunning architecture. Little poppets of love & devotion found when you least expect it. Today I only have time for this one situated near the Pantheon.  You can see why .. 
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Have A Lovely Week



Stay Tuned For
More Angels of Rome and More Madonnelas in the coming days





IMAGE SOURCE & CREDITS:
ALL Text, Original Photography & Artwork [copyright beingRuby©]
Shots taken in  Rome,  Italy [2011]



12 comments:

Splendid Sass said...

I LOVE THIS, JULIE. So beautiful, and I love the color.
Hope that your week will be filled with Christmas spirit.
Teresa
xoxo

sharon said...

I love the way you have 'cut out' the first image Julie, this looks wonderful.
So sorry not not have been by for a while, things have been hectic here. I hope you have something good planned for Christmas,
love to you
X

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OMG, I wish I had this picture, or rather, an object of this beauty in my home!!! Oh Julie, how you dazzle us with your style!!!!

Dearest, we have NO SNOW so our weather has been WONKY TOO!!!! It was actually too warm yesterday to wear a coat; it reminded me of my California Christmases as a child. But we here in Minnesota are used to FREEZING COLD and tons of snow. Thank you for visiting and YES, I do wish I had the source of that smiling horse!!!!

Be well, be happy, and enjoy the LOVE of the season!!! Anita

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Hi Julie...beautiful colours! Just popping in to wish you a wonderful Christmas and all the very best for 2012...who knows, this might be the year to see a White Christmas somewhere....Where is Summer?????? I need to go for a swim but I like it nice and hot...Enjoy the lead up to Christmas...Dzintra xo

Ann said...

Another stunner to add to my growing must-haves. Can't wait till you figure it out!

helen tilston said...

Hello Julie,

This is a beautiful little painting of our Blessed Mother. The kindness radiates from it.

My best for a great week.
Helen xx

Giulia said...

I know her...thank you!

xoxo/Susan

Carole said...

Such history and beauty must be hard to take in. I'm sure some of it seeps in later when you are home. How you must wish you could just have one more moment to soak it all in.
I'm glad we get to enjoy it with you.

hugs
Carole

Calico Child said...

Hi Julie just wanted to say hi so sorry I haven't had chance to come see you for such a long time love your images as usual you are a true talent.
Hope you have a gorgeous christmas :)) x

Angie Muresan said...

It is exquisite, Julie. Thanks for sharing. I hope your week is a lovely one, filled with Christmas cheer.

Elaine said...

So lovely. She has such a beautiful expression on her face.
I wonder what she is thinking?

Sharon said...

Julie, you have a perfect eye for beauty. Your work is so truthful, so uniquely 'you', so from your heart. You always make me feel what you love, and take me along on a wonderful journey. Thank you.

Wishing you a very joyous week. xxx Sharon