The Hand of Constantine

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    My take on the Constantine Statue outside York Minster

    Andy Marshall www.fotofacade.com

    Rafał S, squidboy, Philosofia, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Oriol Lladó 90 months ago | reply

      Misterious and pretty enough!

      (from Sinister photography group)

    2. johnhanscom 90 months ago | reply

      The hand of Constantine, for good and ill, has molded the Faith.

    3. DrgnMastr 90 months ago | reply

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    4. johnhanscom 90 months ago | reply

      I do not understand. I am the moderator of this group, and I do not know what yoy are talking about. I should be the one deciding what is or is not in the pool, unless you are talking about a different group. Can you clue me in on what we are talking about here???

    5. floato 90 months ago | reply

      Great composition thanks for posting.
      This photo was spotted in Spot-this

    6. Redroom Studios 90 months ago | reply

      interesting angle and strange focus...

      thanks for adding to

    7. Dr John2005 89 months ago | reply

      How does this image relate to the theme of The Democratic Image?

    8. fotofacade 89 months ago | reply

      Hi Dr John - this image to me relates because of the symbolism of Constantine (a Roman Emperor) from Rome - home of democracy. I like to compare this fact with the autocratic nature of the image. Strong didactic hand

    9. johnhanscom 89 months ago | reply

      Andy - I promise I am not arguing; I really want your thoughts.

      I have always thought of Athens as the home of democracy, and I have never thought of the "Pax Romana" as democratic. I have also always thought of Constantine as very autocratic - he basically called and ramroded the Council oof Nicea, for example. Please share your thoughts.

      John

    10. fotofacade 89 months ago | reply

      Hi John - sorry I just have a basic background to Constantine - don't really know too much about the guy to be honest :-)

    11. Philosofia 89 months ago | reply

      I like very much this kind of photos...: also this photo is very suggestive and interesting ... as all the others!

    12. londonconstant 89 months ago | reply

      Hello Fotofacade,
      I just joined the group as an outsider - being interested in architecture
      As I have a hand in your picture (see my name below) I will agree with your suggesting that Constantine of Rome was a symbol of Democracy: hear! hear!
      yours
      Constantine ROMAN
      (London)

    13. fotofacade 89 months ago | reply

      Thanks for your comments - and support (Constantine)!

    14. hedgiecc 89 months ago | reply

      Wow! Fantastic shot - composition, DoF, tonal range, sky - really good!

    15. JB81 [deleted] 75 months ago | reply

      fantastico!!

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