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easter ceremony

Posted by
yiannis krikis (thessaloniki, Greece) on 26 April 2008 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

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NIKON D70 1/15 second F/3.8 33 mm (35mm equiv.)

Oswegan from Lake Oswego, United States

Very nice. The ornate walls are remarkable.

26 Apr 2008 6:20am

Paul van der meer from Netherlands

beautiful capture, love the moody light!

26 Apr 2008 7:02am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Magical, totally wonderful, my fav!!!

26 Apr 2008 7:25am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Great documentary shot !

26 Apr 2008 9:46am

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Beautiful. Just beautiful. Full of the lives of people.

26 Apr 2008 11:44am

daina from United States

lovely and rich image...

26 Apr 2008 1:47pm

Guillermina from Buenos Aires, Argentina

What an intense expression you've captured in this man's face, Yiannis... I'm impressed. It means so much in context...

26 Apr 2008 3:05pm

paulski from Muncie, IN, United States

i love the expression on the man's face in the center of the photo--weary, somewhat sad. that he's turned away from the rest of the crowd, with his back to the (saint? jesus?)( portrait on the wall behind him, perhaps prtends some symbolism here. excellent image, yiannis!

27 Apr 2008 12:21am

danthro from Suburbia, United States

very sweet shot! like how you captured he little girl with her daddy :)

27 Apr 2008 1:39am

Sean from Champaign, United States

Really like how ornate the walls are here. Great tones and composition.

27 Apr 2008 3:56am

Graham Russon from Cape Town, South Africa

Nice shot, I like the moment you have caught. Great stuff

27 Apr 2008 9:04pm

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

A very powerful image saying much about continuity from the past that is still there to be found if only we chose to look.

28 Apr 2008 9:53am

Jonas from Vitória, Brazil

The most beautiful masses i have attended in my life were in Greece and especially during Easter. Thanks for helping me here to remember.

8 May 2008 12:35am

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