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Down the Nave at the National Shrine

This is a thirty minute exposure at f/138 on Fuji Acros-100 b/w 4x5 (large format) film using my Zero Image 4x5 wood pinhole camera. This photograph was recorded from the rear of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. The camera was pointed upward slightly, causing the sculpted wall behind me to appear in the image (the top fifth or so of the photo). It you look carefully at the front of the church (about 0.1 miles off in the distance), you can make out hints of the huge Messiah Mosaic.

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