Mini Challenge 246: Religion

CHANDLERJACHANDLERJA Light SeekerPosts: 386Registered Users Major grins
edited April 29, 2017 in The Dgrin Challenges

Religion

Doesn't have to be something you believe in just something you had to capture. Can be anything from a church to a drum circle! Looking forward to everyone's shots!

This mini-challenge will run until May 12th, 2017.

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Jeromy
http://snaptx.smugmug.com/
Light is everything in life and photography.

Comments

  • JAGJAG Photomaniac Wasilla, AKPosts: 4,597Super Moderators moderator
    edited April 29, 2017

    Great subject theme! Here's my 3

    1 St. Petersburg Russia, Church of the Spilled Blood ( which ironically does not refer to Christ blood being spilled, rather the death place of Saint Peter himself who was ruler over Russia at the time). This is a mosaic with gold leaf of Jesus , Abraham and Moses.

    2 A panoramic view of the Holy City of Jerusalem. A very important religious city for many religions. For bigger view, click on image.

    3 A random church in Key West Florida

  • sarasphotossarasphotos Major grins Augsburg, GermanyPosts: 1,579Registered Users Major grins

    Interesting challenge Jeromy! A problem for me will be too much to choose from (lots of tourism in Catholic countries - cathedrals galore...). Can't wait to see the other entries!
    @JAG your first shot is especially beaituful!

  • JAGJAG Photomaniac Wasilla, AKPosts: 4,597Super Moderators moderator

    Thank you @sarasphotos . I too have so many images of different churches and cathedrals, ect. I might change some of my entries before the end of the challenge!

  • pegellipegelli Major grins BelgiumPosts: 2,455Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 1, 2017

    A very interesting challenge, my problem also was selection from my extensive library of suitable images.

    But I still went out yesterday and shot one of my submissions specifically for this mini-challenge

    Middelburg Abbey Cloisters

    Icons and main altar in the Uspenskin katedraali in Helsinki

    In his mothers' hands

    Pieter, aka pegelli
    My SmugMug
  • grandmaRgrandmaR Major grins Posts: 1,547Registered Users Major grins

    This was hard for me, but since I spend considerable time documenting cemeteries by photographing them, I decided to limit myself to cemetery photos. Even that was hard. But here goes

    #1. Curacao - Jewish Cemetery Number Two

    This Jewish cemetery had more elaborate statuary than most

    #2. Angel in Costa Rica

    Most of the graves here are big above ground tombs with many people interred

    #3. Cornwall

    “"..an adventure is an inconvenience rightly considered." G.K. Chesterton”
    http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/4a9c6/
  • CavalierCavalier Life is a Bokeh Foresthill, CaliforniaPosts: 1,549Registered Users Major grins

    Here are mine:

    Sea Ranch Chapel on the California Coast:

    St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Jackson, Ca.

    Historic St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church - Chinese Camp, Ca. A view from the interior to the graveyard next to the church.

  • sarasphotossarasphotos Major grins Augsburg, GermanyPosts: 1,579Registered Users Major grins

    Having a few more days' time hasn't made my decision any easier so I'll just post these three choices. Not sure if anyone else would call them my "best" but I am fond of alll three for various reasons. I may yet change my mind and make a switch, but for today these are my entries.

    1) the chapel atop the Wendelstein on a cold winter day (Bayrischzell, Bavaria, Germany)

    2) St. Georg's Church, Augsburg - this was taken hanging out the bathroom window of my former apartment

    3) I really love the gothic cathedrals of France and have been fortunate enough to visit many of them over the years. This is a detail of the portal in Bourges:

    FYI, from this shot of the main entrance (as much as I could fit in my lens...) you can get an idea of the scale of the building

  • DavidRGillespieDavidRGillespie CanadaPosts: 7Registered Users Many Grins

    Really enjoying all the great images. I don't usually shoot this subject so I had to do a little digging (and maybe fudging?)

    Stained glass window detail, Basilica, Quito Ecuador

    Mortuary Pole, Ninstints, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia Canada

    Monisterio San Juan, Quito, Ecuador

  • sapphire73sapphire73 Major grins PennsylvaniaPosts: 1,605Registered Users Major grins
    edited May 14, 2017

    Been busy with a big project and haven't had time to look at my archive but can share these photos taken in Europe.

    1) Unknown Soldier (Luxembourg)

    2) Rays of Sunlight on the American Cemetery in Luxembourg

    3) The Pilgrim (Speyer, Germany)

  • JAGJAG Photomaniac Wasilla, AKPosts: 4,597Super Moderators moderator

    This challenge was suppose to end on the 12th. I wonder if @CHANDLERJA has forgotten?

  • sapphire73sapphire73 Major grins PennsylvaniaPosts: 1,605Registered Users Major grins

    @JAG said:
    This challenge was suppose to end on the 12th. I wonder if @CHANDLERJA has forgotten?

    Chandlerja - feel free to exclude my photos from this mini as they came in after the 12th!

  • CHANDLERJACHANDLERJA Light Seeker Posts: 386Registered Users Major grins

    Sorry about that!! Work has been nuts lately :(
    I will pick a winner shortly :)

    Jeromy
    http://snaptx.smugmug.com/
    Light is everything in life and photography.
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