I’m a reasonably creative sort. I’m sure if I put my half-wit to it I could find all manner of unique arches, never before contemplated as such, to present to you. But, I’m also a decidedly lazy sort; and Croatia has enough interesting churches that just keep coming along demanding to be photographed that it’s easier to just go with the flow for awhile.
Today’s is a lovely little chapel in the middle of nowhere in the mountains, dedicated to Mary Magdalene. We passed it on our ride to Krapinske Toplice. I especially like its short wooden steeple and the fresco above the door. If I hadn’t stopped for a photo by the arch, I wouldn’t have walked around the corner to see the fresco.