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Lima Sunset :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Lima Sunset  And people want to know what I would want to be a bird ... I think explains why.
San Francisco De Asis 1 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 1  If one looks closely, one can see that all of those black specks on the yellow towers are actually pigeons! I suppose they thought the architect built those spaces exactly their size for a reason.
Run Away! :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Run Away!  Standing in the lobby of San Francisco de Asis, a group of children started yelling and all ran out.  This was the tail end of their exodus.  I still have no idea why they ran out, but it may have been because of the stacks of bones in the basement.
Jesus Christo :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Jesus Christo  This was taken in the first gallery of San Francisco de Asis
San Francisco De Asis 2 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 2
San Francisco De Asis 3 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 3
San Francisco De Asis 4 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 4
San Francisco De Asis 5 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 5  I found this picturesque scene in the outside patio of the San Francisco de Asis Cathedral.  I really like how the wall in the background looks like it was painted around the plant.  The two hues give some movement to an otherwise purely intense background.
San Francisco De Asis 6 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 6
San Francisco De Asis 7 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
San Francisco De Asis 7
Catacumbas 1 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Catacumbas 1  Underneath San Francisco de Asis and related buildings are the bones of some 20,000 priests, monks, and clergy. Neatly organized by bone type (and in some cases size), these bones have been down there for almost 500 years.
Catacumbas 2 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Catacumbas 2  Underneath San Francisco de Asis and related buildings are the bones of some 20,000 priests, monks, and clergy. Neatly organized by bone type (and in some cases size), these bones have been down there for almost 500 years. After the decree of one generation, they stopped this ritual.
Catacumbas 3 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Catacumbas 3  This shot shows clearly that the catacombs are directly beneath the church.  Taken from the basement, you can see the ceiling of the church through the grate at the top of the image. Underneath San Francisco de Asis and related buildings are the bones of some 20,000 priests, monks, and clergy. Neatly organized by bone type (and in some cases size), these bones have been down there for almost 500 years. After the decree of one generation, they stopped this ritual.
Catacumbas 4 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Catacumbas 4  Underneath San Francisco de Asis and related buildings are the bones of some 20,000 priests, monks, and clergy. Neatly organized by bone type (and in some cases size), these bones have been down there for almost 500 years. After the decree of one generation, they stopped this ritual.
Catacumbas 5 :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Catacumbas 5  Underneath San Francisco de Asis and related buildings are the bones of some 20,000 priests, monks, and clergy. Neatly organized by bone type (and in some cases size), these bones have been down there for almost 500 years. After the decree of one generation, they stopped this ritual.  This particular photo made me a little concerned.  I think the embalming fluids got to their heads one day when production was light.

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