January 7, 2013 — Sage Scott
Multiples: Crosses in the Facade of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Several photobloggers have recently shared photos that relate to the theme “multiples” based upon a challenge posted by Ailsa. I’m sure I’m late to the party, but “multiples” popped in my head as I took this shot at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception yesterday when my daughter was singing there with her choir.
These crosses are part of a repeating pattern across the front of the brick cathedral topped with a gold dome. I also took several other shots of the exterior and interior of the gorgeous cathedral that I hope to share shortly.
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Ah, I love photographing this church – it’s gorgeous! I work about a block from there. 🙂
This past weekend was my first time inside. My goodness it’s gorgeous! I had some really lovely photos from before the concert and then accidentally deleted them all in an instant. I tried to retake them after the concert, but the lighting was all different. 😦 Hopefully there will be one or two to share.
Oh man, I’ve done that before. 😦 I’ve never photographed the inside – only the outside.
Oh, it was such a bummer erasing everything! At least with the cathedral I could go back and try to recapture the stuff I’d done before the performance. The bigger blow was losing everything I shot Friday night and Saturday including several hours in Lawrence on Mass Street. 😥 Oh well, lesson learned. There is no use fretting about it now. Some people have REAL problems!