Saint Albertus

St. Albertus, Detroit

St. Albertus, Detroit

Peaceful

Paris, France

Paris, France

Gabriel’s Visit

Gabriel, Notre Dame de Paris, France

Notre Dame de Paris, France

Wishing everyone a healthy & happy holiday season and a Christmas full of miracles.

Inhabited

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Sing Along

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Persistent

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

He Who Dwells

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan

Notre Dame de Paris

Île de la Cité, Paris, France

Île de la Cité, Paris, France

Cathédrale

Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon, France

Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon, France

Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon, France

Cathédrale Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Lyon, France

Beautiful & Familiar

Prague, Czech Republic

Ornate or simple, colorful or plain, places of worship come in all sizes and architectural styles, but one thing they have in common is that sense of peaceful solemnity inside. Wherever I am, whether visiting another state or someplace on the other side of the world, there’s a sense of familiarity when I walk into a church. I feel safe and at home.

Atlixco, Puebla, Mexico

Churches are one of my favorite subjects to photograph not only for their beauty, but also for the way they reveal a connection that crosses borders, cultures, and time.

Detroit, Michigan

Puebla, Mexico

Vysehrad, Prague, Czech Republic

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Ulica Florianska

Krakow, Poland

I took this photo from inside the chapel in St. Florian’s Gate, which over looks Ulica Florianska, a fun and lively street full of cafes, shops, and pubs. At the other end of the street is the beautiful Mariacka Basilica. Down this street alone, I purchased a lovely piece of amber jewelry, had an amazing plate of pierogi, found a Krakow Christmas Creche (nativity) to take home, and enjoyed some great live jazz at an underground club…. yes, I did see other parts of the city too.

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