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HDR Photograph of the Rood Screen at Ely cathedral.

  

See more of my HDR Churches and Cathedrals here >

  

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Photo taken by Hasselblad 503 cxi 80mm

(Dedicate to a.lu.mi.: Nice to know you in person :-)))

The interior of the unfinished Cathedral in Harlem NYC, a superb building as it is.

taken during sunset at Bagan, Myanmar along the Irrawaddy river banks.. i remembered it was an amazing time, sunset in front of me, behind stood a huge pagoda temple and a double rainbow overlooking the sky..truly perfect timing!

This is a composite. The images are NOT mine. I just put them together.

About religion, people of Kampung Naga are muslim. But they have a quite different system in giving appreciation to the universe. They still believe a place is bordered by an unseen power. For example, jurig cai. This is the way Kampung Naga's community to call a spiritual power who live by the river and the deepest part of a river [or known as 'leuwi']. The people also believe to the unseen creatures who live in a place so called 'sanget' or 'angker' sites. As an appreciation towards these creatures, they give offerings called sasajen. Meanwhile, Bumi Ageung is a sacred place and prohibited to take pictures. Here's laying their ancestor and founding father Sembah Eyang Singaparna.

 

Taken inside of Gathering house.

 

See where this picture was taken. [?]

I've seen the light ;-)

Aurora Borealis above Bjørnskinn Church, Andøya, Norway.

 

The church is lightpainted a bit with the light I had on my head; in the first shot I took it was very yellowish due to the street lights...

En uno de las rutas de senderismo que hicimos, en la zona de Ribadavia (Ourense), me llamó la atención el contraste entre estas dos figuras que forman la imagen. Resume perfectamente , a mi entender, el alma del pueblo gallego: una mezcla de religión y de superstición , que aún perdura hoy en día, a pesar de estar en una sociedad cada día más descreída en lo individual y más laica en lo formal. Ahora que...bien pensado...¿dónde empieza una y termina la otra ?.

  

La basilique Sainte-Thérèse est située à Lisieux, en France. Sa construction a débuté en 1929 et sa consécration a eu lieu en 1954. Aujourd'hui, elle est le deuxième lieu de pèlerinage en importance en France (après celle de Lourdes).

Labellisé « Patrimoine du xxe siècle », elle a été inscrite au titre des monuments historiques le 14 septembre 2010 puis classée le 7 septembre 2011.

Par ses dimensions, l'édifice, construit en béton armé et granit, se compare aux plus grandes cathédrales :

longueur : 104 m ;

largeur du transept : 50 m ;

largeur de la nef : 30 m ;

hauteur du dôme : 95 m ;

hauteur de la coupole : 50 m ;

la croix surmontant l'ensemble mesure 1,70 m ;

hauteur des voûtes : 37 m ;

superficie : 4 500 m2.

Basilique Notre Dame de Montréal

Some churches of different religions and beliefs at the poor community Santa Marta.

 

This is a very poor community (or Favela, in Portuguese) called Santa Marta, on the mount Dona Marta. For many years it was devastated by the violence caused by the organized crime, specially because of the drug traffic. I could never imagine myself entering there, but, since November 2008, its permanently occupied by the police and, since this date, the inhabitants are free of the violence. Them, I could walk all the place without problem (well, almost...), but, in general, was everything very well, even I'm being with a bit of fear...

 

See LARGE.

 

Botafogo's District, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Have a great day and week! :¬)

Mavrovo, Macedonia

  

Other photos of the series "Lost religion":

www.flickr.com/photos/ognenbojkovski/5686373319/in/photos...

 

Stay tuned.. there will be more

 

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Mavrovo, Macedonia

 

Other photos of the series "Lost religion":

www.flickr.com/photos/ognenbojkovski/5686373319/in/photos...

 

Stay tuned.. there will be more :devil:

 

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Nikkor 14-24mm F2.8

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R.E.M. - Losing My Religion (Official Music Video)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwtdhWltSIg

 

R.E.M. - Losing My Religion (Perfect Square '04)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLhD-h1LRQs

 

Entry for the Challenges Community Group

Sponsoring Groups of this Challenge : Dark Side Of The Light

Wonderful Art !

CREATIVE NEGATIVE Challenge - March 2018

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Thanks indeed everyone for your personal comments and also your support from selected groups.

Awards are encouraging and especially from those who add my work to their 'faves'.

Cheerz G

Cause you're my religion, you're how I'm living

 

Art :heart:

Cerro Gordo, California

These moslim girls were praying in Istanbul's biggest and well preserved Church- Saint Antoine. I do myself believe in Humanity itself, prior to cultures, religions and national borders . This photo somehow reflects the aproach I desire humanity would chase after.

Mavrovo, Macedonia

 

Other photos of the series "Lost religion":

www.flickr.com/photos/ognenbojkovski/8379454885/in/photos...

 

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D800

Nikkor 14-24mm F2.8

(F5.6, 20 sec, iso 1600)

 

Visit my other galleries:

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mon marché de St Denis....il y de tout...même un changement dereligion est possible au marché...

na moim ulubionym targu mozna zmienic nawet religie...o ile takawa sie ma ;)

A beautifully built mosque of UAE...

Church of Ireland (Protestant) steeple with Croagh Patrick (Catholic) holy mountain in the background. I took this just a little after sunset in my hometown Westport. If you look carefully you can see the outline of the church on the summit of the mountain. That green hue on the steeple is from the flood lights below.

Religion, Santorini

Archaelogical museum, Skopje, Macedonia

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

52 semanas/palabras, religión

343/365 - 25/52

  

Our little army boy

Is coming home from B.F.P.O.

I've a bunch of purple flowers

To decorate a mammy's hero.

 

Mourning in the aerodrome,

The weather warmer, he is colder.

Four men in uniform

To carry home my little soldier.

 

"What could he do?

Should have been a rock star."

But he didn't have the money for a guitar.

"What could he do?

Should have been a politician."

But he never had a proper education.

"What could he do?

Should have been a father."

But he never even made it to his twenties.

What a waste --

Army dreamers.

Ooh, what a waste of

Army dreamers.

 

Tears o'er a tin box.

Oh, Jesus Christ, he wasn't to know,

Like a chicken with a fox,

He couldn't win the war with ego.

 

Give the kid the pick of pips,

And give him all your stripes and ribbons.

Now he's sitting in his hole,

He might as well have buttons and bows.

 

"What could he do?

Should have been a rock star."

But he didn't have the money for a guitar.

"What could he do?

Should have been a politician."

But he never had a proper education.

"What could he do?

Should have been a father."

But he never even made it to his twenties.

What a waste --

Army dreamers.

Ooh, what a waste of

Army dreamers.

Ooh, what a waste of all that

Army dreamers,

Army dreamers,

Army dreamers, oh...

 

Hi guys, i'm finally back this week to catch up with my themes as i have a few days off from tomorrow, and i will also be posting a few themes early as i will be away on holiday soon so don't want to fall behind again.

My interpretation for this week was how so many people talk about how they are fighting a holy war and following the rules of their "god" to justify their actions. I for one, and please i do not mean to offend anyone or they're beliefs, believe any death of innocent bystanders in the name of salvation is not a good thing. I think people should learn from the positive aspects of respecting everyone and they're own beliefs, and learn to live in peace instead of trying to blow each other up. I think that is the best outlook and i sincerely hope we see an end to all these wars and suffering soon.

P.S. i had to stitch eight pictures together to get his, what a pain, but it gave me the cinematic look i wanted. :)

  

The Teleidoscope - (25/52) Religion

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The Teleidoscope is a project that inspires 10 photographers to make 52 photos, one every week.

10 people, 10 different ideas for 52 themes, 52 weeks long.

Every week we will post our images on our site and our Flickr group.

You can join us!

Every saturday we will pick a winner whose photo will get a special extra place at our site!

 

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