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Photography :: Church in Fog
Alone in the Square Angry Fish Mt. Auburn Willows
  Avalanche of Vapor Central Park Angel Chelsea & Dave
  Church in Fog Cranes Plain Cranes Sunset
  Dried Flower Eft Escheresque
  Fireworks Halley Bright Eyes Havaad Squa
  Kayak Bridge Lily Blue Lover's Beach
  Misty Bridge Misty Path - Grey Misty Path - Pink
  Matt Angel Moon Over Marblehead Mutti's Mushrooms
  Oh Poi! Orange Blur Petite Grenouille
  Orange Crab 1 Orange Crab 2 Pollux - Pretty
  Pollux Sunset Puffer's Bridge Puffer's Road
  Shell Scene Snowy Gate Sun Rays
  Tessa Pup The Kiss Wet Leaf 1
  Wet Leaf 2    

Church in Fog

"Church in Fog"

I have always found this photo to be one of my most dynamic and most meaningful. I have always mused that it is an interesting juxtaposition between the beautiful architecture of the church in the foreground, against the skyscraper in the back. This is especially of interest to me because it describes the story of how society has changed over time. Churches were originally built tall - usually the tallest buildings in the community - so they could be closer to God. They were beautiful and ornate, sacred places. And now, looming and disappearing into the fog and the sky, we have huge hunks of steel and glass - relatively plain, with no other purpose than to cram as many business people into one place as possible.

 

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