Urban landscapes: epic church in a tiny town
ST. JOSEPH’S CATHEDRAL,
FORT SMITH, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
This town in Canada’s north (population: 2,200) seems a strange place to build a Roman Catholic cathedral, but here it is.
An internet search failed to find any information or history on the church, so all I can tell you is it’s pretty impressive. And I was blessed to get inside, where a staff person turned on all the lights so I could make many long-exposure photos. I’ll publish some of them in the future.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter
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