Kite above St. Quiricus

This cute little church is dedicated to a rarely chosen saint, allegedly martyred in AD 304. It presides over a small, intimate graveyard, lined with typical cypress trees, perched high on the Karst ridge.

Built in 11th century almost 250 meters above the valley, every visit is a not-so-subtle allegory of the final ascent to heaven.


And then the kite flew even higher … 😊

Kite aerial photo, Nikon 1 J1 on a white delta kite.

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