Saturday, August 10, 2019


Not the most common occurrence but that's what eleven years in Jesuit schools can do to you.

The International Photography Hall of Fame, which happens to be located in our fair city, holds workshops from time to time. Today I did a program on architectural photography that included two hours of shooting in St. Louis' Cathedral Basilica. There's nothing like it. The interior is covered by mosaics, more than any other building in the western hemisphere. This is a bit of the transept. I come out of a day like this stunned by how much I don't know.           


William Kendall said...


ClickNCamera said...

That is beautiful. That class sounds like something right up my alley. I love architecture and churches are so ornate they are fascinating. I could stare at any of the Art Deco we have in Tulsa all day!