Helsinki’s most famous landmark is the cathedral – with good reason.
Not a kind of church I’d see at home. I would say Russian Othodox but not entirely sure…
At peak at one of Helsinki’s beautiful churches.
I find church organs fascinating So much sound! A bit intimidating as well so someone who can barely remember where C is on a piano.
I also had the chance to get close to the organ. There was actually a lot of clutter there but some shallow depth of field and close-up always helps when that’s the case (except in my house…)
I really like the lightning of this church.
I volunteer as photographer for a small monthly paper – no secrets there. For now I’m having a lot of fun being asked to photograph places, people and events I wouldn’t normally have considered. One such place/event was a 25’th anniversary at one of the parish churches.
The actual event was last Sunday but I wanted to be well prepared so I visited the church ahead of time and took the opportunity to take images just for my own sake. I’ll be sharing these over the next couple of days.
Saint Paul’s Cathedral from a slightly different angle…
Last shot from Dublin! Historic church spires rising into the sky…