Urban landscapes: the silent place of worship


The Anglican parish was established in 1699 in one of the oldest cities in North America. Construction of this building began in 1847; the cathedral was among many structures extensively damaged by the Great Fire of 1892. By 1905, all the repairs were complete and in 1981, the cathedral was designated a National Historic Site.
I was blessed to spend an hour, all by myself, in the mystical silence of this atmosphere. In such a place, one’s heart cannot help but turn towards the glorious, mysterious Divine. (Here’s a vertical view of the cathedral, in colour: http://bit.ly/StJohnsCathedral).
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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