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Canon 60D and Canon 28-135mm is usm
one exposure tonemapped in photomatix
Taken in Throop ave Brooklyn NY USA 8/19/11
Church Architect:Thomas E Houston
cost:160,000
Established in 1868,the present church was dedicated on october 1895 by bishop Charles E McDonnel
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Featured in:
“Religious Art and Photography”group 8/22/11
“Religious Architecture”group 2/6/12
“Living Christianity”group 2/20/12
“superbly Visual”group 7/8/12

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church, catholic, priest, pastor, god, jesus, bible, altar, choir, cross, religion

Comments

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersalmost 3 years ago

    This is beautiful. What a beautiful name for a church. After all, the only victory is in Christ. ☺

  • Thank you very much Lori for your support,it is greatly APPRECIATED!
    Henri

    – henuly1

  • BlueMoonRose
    BlueMoonRosealmost 3 years ago

    A splendid shot, Henri! I cannot understand why you are not offering it for sale?

  • Thank you my friend for a very nice comment,truly APPRECIATED!Yes it is for sale,thank you for reminding me!

    – henuly1

  • andytechie
    andytechiealmost 3 years ago

    Nice church, but why does it have a Jewish Star in the window? Was it once a Temple?

    Star of David has 6 points….

  • This is a Roman Catholic Church,it was never a temple according to story of the church. for more information,go to:http://www.nycago.org/organs/bkln/html/ourladyv...
    Take care…Henri

    – henuly1

  • or google;Our lady of victory church in Brooklyn.
    The church is on Throop Ave and McDonnel St

    – henuly1

  • sorry: Throop Avenue and McDonough street

    – henuly1

  • Karen K Smith
    Karen K Smithalmost 3 years ago

    awesome color, great textures, excellent image:)))

  • thank you Karen for your nice comment!
    Henri

    – henuly1

  • andytechie
    andytechiealmost 3 years ago

    Hi..got my answer…
    he origins of the Star of David are unclear. We do know that the symbol hasn’t always been associated exclusively with Judaism, but was used by Christians and Muslims at various points in history. Sometimes it was even associated with King Solomon instead of King David.

  • I am glad you got it my friend!

    – henuly1

  • vaggypar
    vaggyparalmost 3 years ago

    Lovely Work ..!

  • thanks a lot my friend!

    – henuly1

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpalmost 3 years ago

  • Thank you so much Marie,APPRECIATED!!!

    – henuly1

  • Navigator
    Navigatoralmost 3 years ago

    A remarkable and different design. Beautiful! Congratulations on your feature!

  • Thank a lot my friend for the compliments,greatly appreciated!!!
    Henri

    – henuly1

  • katekreations
    katekreationsover 2 years ago

    Congratulations Featured 6th january 2012

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpover 2 years ago

  • Thank you so much Marie,APPRECIATED!

    – henuly1

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