Santa Fe- Seeing the Sacred

The final assignment in my lensbaby class is a photo essay using mostly lensbaby images, and it can be either narrative or thematic.  One can’t walk around downtown Santa Fe without noticing churches and sacred images everywhere, so I chose to focus on this theme for my photo essay.

Seeing the Sacred

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Edge 80

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Nikon 18-200mm

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Lensbaby Sweet 35

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 Lensbaby Sweet 35

 

Santa Fe

Lensbaby Sweet 35

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Nikon 18-200mm

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Nikon 18-200mm

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Lensbaby Sweet 35

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Notes:
The first image- I’m not sure what building this was!
The next two are the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis, and the third is a statue of Kateri Tekakawitha (1656-1680), the first Indian of North America to be promoted a saint. The simple cross was hanging over our bed.
The rest of the photos are from San Miguel Mission, the oldest church in the U.S., built between 1600 and 1620.

One response

  1. Susan

    Love these photos Melinda. You did an awesome job on your theme.

    June 5, 2015 at 6:13 am

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