St. George of Despair

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Tripod-mounted Canon 20D; Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 USM lens @ 22mm; Aperture Priority Mode; Bracketed HDR merge: 1/250, 1/500 & 1/1000s; f/9.0; ISO 100; Pattern metering


Seabury-Western Theological Seminary is a seminary of the Episcopal Church, located in Evanston, Illinois. It was formed by a merger in 1933 of Western Theological Seminary of Evanston (founded in 1883 in Chicago), and Seabury Divinity School of Faribault, Minnesota (founded in 1858). The new seminary endeavored to hold in tension the "High church" and "Low church" identities of its predecessors. However, for most of its history, SWTS occupied a place within Anglican churchmanship akin to that of General Theological Seminary in New York City: a liturgical bent toward Anglo-Catholic practices and an acceptance of modern theology and social tolerance. (Via Wikipedia)

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1 comment:

Denham Photography said...

Very cool! Black and white shows a lot of detail in building. Love those old churches and their architecture!