Stations of the Cross

Wednesday, April 12 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Zoom, aperture at f4.60, shutter speed at 1/60 sec., focal length of 102mm, no-flash, ISO 140


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Kodak CX7430 Zoom, aperture at f4.60, shutter speed at 1/60 sec., focal length of 102mm, no-flash, ISO 140


Part of the Holy Week celebrations in the Philippines include the Visita Iglesia, where pious Catholics try to visit as many churches as they can in a day (usually on Maundy Thursday) and contemplate on the 14 stations of the cross, in an attempt to remember the passion that Jesus underwent on his way to Calvary. I took these photograph series at the Sta. Teresita Church in Quezon City, where the stations of the cross are depicted by the church's stained glass windows. It was a blessing that the skies were clear and the sun was shining fully to give life to these artful collection.

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Kodak CX7430 Zoom, aperture at f4.60, shutter speed at 1/60 sec., focal length of 102mm, no-flash, ISO 140


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Kodak CX7430 Zoom, aperture at f4.60, shutter speed at 1/90 sec., focal length of 102mm, no-flash, ISO 140

2 comments:

John said...

Nice records of these very modern looking windows, well exposed and shot.

Sidney said...

Nice murals!
So, you only visited one church ? ;-)

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