Saint Andrew’s Cathedral

St. Andrew's Cathedral, 740 St View Victoria, BC.
(Camera: Konica C35 Automatic; Film: Fuji Acros 100)

We don’t follow each other around, but some times it sure must seem like we do. Fellow Victoria photographer ehpem also photographed this church and posted his results on his web site. It’s fun and illuminating to see how other photographers approach the same subject material.

Read my Konica C35 Automatic review here.

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One Response to Saint Andrew’s Cathedral

  1. Ehpem says:

    Gary, I thought I had commented on this post – thanks for the mention, and it is really interesting to see other people’s shots of the same subjects. It is one of the things I enjoy about your blog – finding familiar places seen in ways different from my own.
    I was walking down Fort St yesterday with my 2 year old granddaughter and she saw this steeple above the buildings across the street and made some comment about it, and stared at it until it went out of view. I must go back to that spot and take a picture, kind of through her eyes. It is a similar experience to looking at someone’s photos of a familiar landmark.

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