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I was privileged to photograph in this beautiful church on a bright sunny day.
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My first visit to Jurby Church.
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Reportedly, the smallest church in England
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A right angle twist turns a standard downward performance trumpet position into a trumpet, praise to heaven, fanfare. Trumpet solo was part of Christmas Eve candlelight service at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Aurora, CO.
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Braced, handheld, available light image of Advent/Christmas decorations at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Aurora, CO. Taken during installation service of newly called senior pastor.
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Was shooting into another room through an open doorway as the pastor guests gathered for pre-processional prayer. While working in post to bring out the full front portrait using available light, found the silhouette of another made for a more interesting image than my original intent.
I think I may have over processed with cropping, pseudo-HDR process, and light/shadow post work, I see graininess. What do you say?
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How do you get over a dozen Lutheran pastors to smile on command?
Line them up for a group shot and state, "On the count of 3; say 'MONEY!'" Not perfect but no frowns.
Volunteered at the last minute to document the installation of our newest senior pastor at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Aurora, CO. Almost got caught without enough power to finish service and this group shot.
Major lesson learned, "Take control and organize!" Here needed to put the older and less trim emeritus pastors behind the trimmer and, usually, younger pastors. The closer to 6-pack abs the better!
Can see all faces.
Any other suggestions are welcome.
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Other candle dots mark the location of other parishioners across the sanctuary of Mount Olive Lutheran Church, Aurora, CO, on Christmas Eve.
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Hallelujah! Unto us a Child is born! Unto us a Son is given!
The central candle of the Advent wreath remains lit to symbolize the arrival of Jesus, the Christ, the Light of the World, on Christmas Eve.
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The view from one of the church windows at Westfield Heritage Village shows one of the early buildings
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The little church at Westfield Heritage Village has a lovely yellow door that just says "Come In" to me.
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This tiny church is a bird house built by my grandfather
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Image of Brown Marsh Presbyterian Church located on Brown Marsh Road, Clarkton, NC
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This is a photo of a miniature church that I discovered while I was shooting my out of the car window series.
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GPS: 51.736404,-114.332927
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Thinking of the cartoon series, "Gargoyles" and movie, "Hunchback of Notre Dame", this night shot made me think of gargoyles as living beings perched between heaven and earth to rescue mankind from itself. This was taken with a Sony Alpha58 DSLR, during a pre-cruise night walk near the University of Venice and Basilica Maria d' Salut, Basilica of Praise to Saint Mary, while trying to learn the capabilities of a new tech-toy. Found the in camera HDR process could produce interesting low light results.
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The James-Santee Episcopal Church in McClellanville was built in 1890 as a chapel-of-ease for the Wambaw Church within the St. James-Santee Parish. The parish was established in 1706 by the Church of England and served French Huguenots who had arrived in 1687 – two years after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes – to escape persecution for their Protestant beliefs. It was the first parish to be established outside of Charleston, and the area was called the French Santee
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McDougall Church at Morley, Alberta, was built in 1875 by Reverend George McDougall. It had long been the desire of George McDougall to open a mission among the Stoney-Nakoda and Blackfoot people of southern Alberta. Numerous factors had, up to that time, prevented a missionary effort, but by the early 1870s, McDougall felt the time was right. The Morley mission would not only serve the Aboriginal people, but also afford an opportunity to establish a more permanent relationship with the Blackfoot Nation.

** Descriptive text taken from http://www.mcdougallstoneymission.com/
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The James-Santee Episcopal Church in McClellanville was built in 1890 as a chapel-of-ease for the Wambaw Church within the St. James-Santee Parish. The parish was established in 1706 by the Church of England and served French Huguenots who had arrived in 1687 – two years after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes – to escape persecution for their Protestant beliefs.
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