A small series of hastily snapped photos taken at the Chapel of St Clement at the Sarria Winery, Navarra. The large front doors were unlocked for just a few minutes – we after all had wine to taste! Along one side these modern stained glass windows illuminated by the morning light. At the far end a mosaic of St. Clement, the 4th Pope, after which the chapel is dedicated.
As we headed into the winery a little man flew his gyrocopter into land; attached to the Maxdron was a little Olympus camera. We assume he was taking pictures of the vines; but were unable to ask. Haven’t been able to find a maxdron in the UK, not that I would be able to afford one. And nor would I really trust it holding my Canon 7D!
Photo Gallery: Chapel of St Clement, Sarria, Navarra
Malvasia vineyard looking towards the entrance lane, Sarria Winery, Navarra, Spain
Chapel door at the Sarria Winery, Navarra
Window at the Sarria Winery, Navarra, Spain
Chapel window at the Sarria Winery, Navarra
A moasic of St Clement the 4th Pope at the chapel, Sarria Winery, Navarra
Taking photographs of the vineyard from a gyrocopter, Sarra Winery, Navarra
Taken at the Sarria winery, Navarra where this was being used to take pictures of the vineyard