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Basilica of St. Francis: #WordlessWednesday #GuestPost #Blogiversary

basilica of st. francis: by rob Goldstein

 

 

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Detail of the Basilica of St Francis in San Francisco, California. The statue is of Father Juniper.

 

Adding on to Rob’s post here’s a little research I did about this historical structure from 1717. The settlement was named for St. Francis of Assisi, the founder of the Franciscan Order, but was also commonly known as “Mission Dolores” owing to the presence of a nearby creek named Arroyo de Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, meaning “Our Lady of Sorrows Creek.”

Credits: Wikipedia. You can read more here.

 

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Catch up with Rob’s wondrous post, Look Through my Window, from my 2nd Blogiversary here.

 

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Rob Goldstein is a writer and artist in San Francisco, California.
Connect with him at https://robertmgoldstein.com
Read his recently published children’s book on Ourboox:
https://www.ourboox.com/books/a-skeleton-in-the-attic/#
See his graphic designs and illustrations on Flickr:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/dream9/48965701971/

 

This guest post has been written as part of my Third Blogiversay celebrations that started today. NatashaMusing turns 3 on 6 December, 2019.

Please mark your calendars, and join me here with my very talented blogger friends who will be gracing NatashaMusing the next six days with posts on some of my favourite genres: Musings and Reflections, Photography/Art, Travel, Well-Being and Fiction. 

Corinne Rodrigues of Everyday Gyaan                 :  Rekindle the Light #MondayMusings 

Tulika Singh  of Obsessive Mom                              :  A Village Visit and Glimpses of a School

Robert Goldstein of Art By Rob Goldstein           :  4 December, 2019; #WordlessWednesday

Esha Mookherjee of My Soul Talks                         :  5 December, 2019; #Wanderlust/Travel

Keith Hillman of Keith’s Ramblings  :                     : 6 December, 2019; #Fiction

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12 thoughts on “Basilica of St. Francis: #WordlessWednesday #GuestPost #Blogiversary

  1. That click is so good! It is almost like Father Juniper is looking into your soul.

    Rob has done a great job here and thank you darling Natz for giving us a platform to see this wonderful work.

    Much love!

  2. Thanks for sharing this lovely post by Rob, Natasha and adding that bit of information. I had heard of Mission Dolores though, but not how it got its name. An interesting angle to the shot, I should say! Almost as if Fr Juniper is looking at you!

    1. Wow, I did not notice that. Thanks for pointing out.

      It actually is as though Father Juniper looks back at you, blessing you back. So grateful to Rob for posting this wonderful detail.

      Thanks Esha. Much love <3

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