I am taking a group of photographers on a field shooting trip tomorrow morning (this is being written Saturday afternoon). Since I will be in airplanes getting home on Monday, I thought
I would post Monday’s blog entry now. I scouted the church, Trinity Church in Boston, before
I will take the group tomorrow. Since I will be helping folks tomorrow and probably not able to shoot much, I burned it up today.
The church was pretty quiet on a Saturday so I was able to not only do some serious shooting but get into a state of worship in this beautiful church. Trinity Church is a landmark in Boston built in 1847 in true Romanesque style. The finish work, sculpture, wood carvings and stained glass are spectacular. I picked up a CD of the Trinity Choir performing and then put together a sound synch for my Sunday group. I selected a wonderful song “For God So Loved The World”. Working on the slide show and listening to the song over and over I was overcome with the joy of knowing Him. To think that my Heavenly Father gave His only Son to die for me, how awesome it is to realize that wonderful Truth.
John 3:16 (New Living Translation)
16 “For God loved the world so much that he gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.”
Enjoy the images and rejoice with me!
*Photo note: All images with D700, 17-35 AFS f 2.8, 35-70 AF f 2.8 and 70-300 AFS VR f 4.5-5.6
zoom Nikkor lenses. Most all images are HDR. (5 shots 1 stop apart) Processed in Photomatix Pro,
Photoshop CS3, and Capture NX2. From original jpg Fine images.
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