Rome, Italy #Vatican, Sistine Chapel
Years ago, when I visited the Vatican and went to see the Sistine Chapel, tourists were not allowed to use flash photography and there wasn’t even enough existing light to really take a good photo even if you tried your best shot with a good camera (now they have added lights as you can see on the new photo), so I just have to live with the great memories of seeing this famous conclave in person and being there to experience what it feels like to set foot at the Sistine Chapel, and I tell you it’s the most holy and powerful feeling that you can ever imagine and experience, it’s almost like seeing a part of Heaven looking up at those lovely paintings at the ceiling and the walls. That is how I felt about that famous Sistine Chapel when I had the privilege to be there and had seen a part of history now that we have a new pope, Pope Francis I, Argentina’s Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Archbishop of Buenos Aires.
(Below is a photo of the Sistine Chapel: Courtesy of the Vatican TV on CTV News Broadcast)
The Sistine Chapel