Sunday, August 04, 2013

Your call will be answered in the order it was received

I know I've been going on and on with the photos from the Château de Chambord. Here is another one. This is inside the chapel and is a piece of a larger photo. I didn't like the way the picture turned out except for this one section, so I cropped the image to focus on the little girl. When I zoom in on the picture, I notice that she's looking right at me.

"Hello, God? Yes, I'll hold."

I don't remember her being there when I took the picture. It's a big chapel; I think my entire house would fit inside with room to spare. The girl looks like she's on the phone or something. I know people can listen to information about the castle on hand-held devices, maybe even their mobile phones, but I think she's a little young for that. Maybe not.


  1. Great shot! And I love the caption!!! She looks like a bright little girl, who was probably listening to the information device ... just for the fun of it. Martine

  2. It's the young ones that are born tech savvy these days. They're who I turn to for help with any fandangled gadget.
    Just a note of caution. Some of my blog pals have mentioned that it is not right to take photos of children without consenting the parents, so be careful.

  3. All I can think is, "Operator. Give me In-for-ma-SHUN... In-for-ma-SHUN. Give me HEA-E-E-E-E-E-VUN..." etc.

  4. Perhaps she has 'the calling" as we used to refer it.

  5. Cute girl. but Virginia has a point. We are living in another world these days. It's unfortunate.

    I researched double-helix stairways, Blois chateau only has a curving staircase, not a double helix.It looks very similar, but I was mistaken.

  6. If she's holding for God, she be there a very long time.


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