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Flickr Photo of The Week
by Therese Powell 21 May 2014

Congratulations to Patrick Harvey of Dallas, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!

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Congratulations to Patrick Harvey of Duncanville, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest! Patrick is a first time winner of our contest. He follows last week’s winner, Joseph Haubert.

If you would like to participate in the Flickr Photo of the Week contest, all you need to do is upload your photo to our Flickr group page. It’s fine to submit a photo you took earlier than the current week, but we are hoping that the contest will inspire you to go out and shoot something fantastic this week to share with Art&Seek users. If the picture you take involves a facet of the arts, even better. The contest week will run from Monday to Sunday, and the Art&Seek staff will pick a winner on Monday afternoon. We’ll notify the winner through FlickrMail (so be sure to check those inboxes) and ask you to fill out a short survey to tell us a little more about yourself and the photo you took. We’ll post the winners’ photo on Wednesday.

Now here’s more from Patrick:

Title of photo: Cathedral Guadalupe Church (2)
Equipment: Nikon 3200
Tell us more about your photo: I took this photo because I admired the dramatic interiors of the sanctuary, it gave out hope and faith into this picture.

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  • Lovely picture. It looks as if the pews are oriented parallel to a line from the back of the Church to the front or altar. Or is this picture looking out a side wall of the Church?

    • JeromeWeeks

      What you’re looking at is the transept of the cathedral, the ‘cross-beam’ that crosses the nave, which is the central aisle of the church that leads from the entrance up to the altar. The photo is aimed from one end of the transept to the other, across the nave. The altar is clearly on the right, if you look closely — it’s not an elaborate or elevated altar, there’s no traditional ‘communion rail.’ But you can see tall flower pots, tall candles and a modest pulpit.

  • JeromeWeeks

    What you’re looking at is the transept of the cathedral, the ‘cross-beam’ that crosses the nave, that is, the central aisle of the church that leads from the entrance up to the altar. The photo is aimed from one end of the transept to the other. The altar is clearly on the right, if you look closely — it’s not an elaborate or elevated altar, there’s no traditional ‘communion rail.’ But you can see tall flower pots, tall candles and a modest pulpit.