WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: UNEXPECTED IN THE DARK

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The steeple of Old South Church seems to grow out of nowhere. Late, seen across Boston Common. 

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The Common is eerie and empty, the buildings lack form and context. Night is surprising.

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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

20 thoughts on “WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: UNEXPECTED IN THE DARK”

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    1. They are lit. So you CAN photograph them after dark. Boston has a lot of old churches. They are architecturally (and historically) interesting … and more important, lit at night. The camera can focus on it. So. We do.

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        1. People assume if you take pictures of churches, there’s a deeper meaning. There may be for some people, but or most of us — we just like the architecture. Old buildings make great photographs. No symbolism required 🙂

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          1. I agree the only point I was trying to make was that the sentiment people have is not always appreciated as it should be, but unless you understand what that meaning is its not such a stretch to appreciate another form of architecture the same and not have to grasp what the meaning is or something like that, maybe I don’t have a point just an opinion.

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