All posts tagged: church

Pemberton Memorial Chapel

Pemberton Memorial Chapel

After an unexpected absence I am back; however, I will be limiting myself to a few posts per week until I am fully recovered. I took these shots at the Pemberton Memorial Chapel which stands amidst the Royal Jubilee Hospital complex while undergoing treatment. This […]

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St. John the Baptist Church

This quaint little carpenter Gothic church has been standing for 100 years.  It’s architectural character is fashioned in the country pioneer style; painted in a warm candle colour and trimmed in green. I shot these images as the sun was setting, capturing wonderful warm tones […]

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Repetition

I am very much attracted to repeating visual elements within a composition; hence my post for today.  My eye is lead across the form in a smooth motion, resulting in a fluid rhythm within the image.

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Saint Philomena

St. Philomena: the daughter of light and the enlightener of a dark and corrupt age.  I photographed a few of the paintings depicting her life, located above the nave windows of Our Lady of the Assumption Co-Cathedral in Gravelbourg, SK.   Two of the last three paintings reside by […]

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Fleur-de-Lys Stained Glass

This particular stained glass window in the Gravelbourg cathedral is made of dalle de verre glass. The Raults handmade this raw coloured glass, which is two centimeters thick and weighs 4 or 5 times more than conventional stained glass. The Raults developed a technique of using regular lead strips […]

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Stained Glass

This beautiful piece depicting the assumption of Mary resides in Our Lady of the Assumption Co-Cathedral, in Gravelbourg, SK. The stained glass was crafted by Frederic Rault, at the Rault Studio in Rennes (Brittany). This breathtaking window features vivid rays of light, curving earthward as […]

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