Sunday was interesting, my friend asked me would i take some pictures at his ordination in St Patrick’s Cathedral as one of the first Permanent Deacons in that part of Ireland. I wasn’t sure I was up for the task, but because he asked me, I gave it a go.
Upon arrival I discovered that if I wanted to take picture in the Cathedral I had to be with the press photographers and not the guests as I had expected. This was really amusing as all these guys had top of the end Canon or Nikon’s with massive zooms. While I had my Nikon D5200 and a few lens with me. In fairness they accepted me and let me be apart of the pack, and I did get behind the scenes places that a guest would not have been allowed to access.
So apart from school boy errors and a lot of learning, here are my images on Flickr. I hope you find them interesting and please do leave your comments.
- Nikon D5200 publicized features product review (mnhasan597.wordpress.com)
- Music created by $30,000 worth of Nikon SLRs (reviews.cnet.com)
- Catholic Church makes history with ordination of lay deacons (belfasttelegraph.co.uk)
- Random Thoughts on Being a Deacon With a Young Family (tomgotschall.wordpress.com)
- Archdiocese ordains five married men as deacons in historic first (independent.ie)
- Local man creates history by becoming one of the first married deacons in Ireland (talkofthetown.ie)