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Subject: [Leica] Photo - When a lesson in church goes a little long...
From: at (Douglas Sharp)
Date: Wed Jun 14 15:27:47 2006
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Wonderful shot, Adam

Adam Bridge wrote:

> My wife and I flew back to D.C. for our oldest son's wedding - the
> first of our children to make this choice. Good for him!
> The wedding itself was during the Sunday service of the Fall Church
> Presbyterian Chuch following a tradition that dates to the Scottish
> heritage and early American days.
> During the ceremony the minister routinely offers a lesson just for
> the children who all come forward, sitting on the steps which lead to
> the alter, and listen.
> Sometimes his message, aimed at both young and old, goes on a tad too
> long for some of them. Even though there was, right there, a REAL
> bride and a REAL groom (as I heard two nine-year-olds discussing
> before the service began).
> <>
> This is on Kodak 400 BW CN, Leica M6ttl, Noctilux (I shot five rolls
> through it before I ever got to see how any of them turned out - and
> in the subdued light of the church I needed every stop I could
> muster!)
> Comments are most welcome, of course.
> Adam Bridge
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