Church of St. Teresa

Last year, I attended a workshop on the Purpose Driven Photographers Singapore (PDP). I was part of the first batch. This workshop deserves a separate post 🙂 so I won’t talk about it much.

One of the assignments was framing. I only had the 50mm lens that time but finally bought a used general lens from some photo forum (Oh my bad, I forgot! LOL). So, I was on my way to work then and it happens that I brought my camera. And it also happens that I passed by the St. Teresa’s Church so I alighted from the bus and start taking snaps from the bus stop opposite the church. Out of the hundred shots of the same church, in the same spot, this is the only one I loved. LOL (Though they all look the same, guess it just the feeling).

I’ve been in this nice country for more than nine years and shifted a lot from one flat to another: red line, green line etc. But this is the only church I always go to 🙂 Every Saturdays, 6pm Sunset Mass. If you happen to pass by the church at that time, you can find me in the choir’s corner. You are welcome to say ‘Hi’ to me and to the group. Your comment on our singing will also be appreciated. LOL

Photo taken using Canon EOS 500D
Date/Time: 2010-05-06/09:58AM
Exposure program: Manual
Focal Length: 30mm
Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec
Aperture: f5.0
ISO: 200
Flash: Did not fire

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