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Crucifixion

By FlawedDesign
A method of deliberately slow and painful execution in which the condemned person is tied or nailed to a large wooden cross and left to hang until dead.

Victims were left on display after death as warnings to others who might attempt dissent. Crucifixion was usually intended to provide a death that was particularly slow, painful (hence the term excruciating, literally "out of crucifying"), gruesome, humiliating, and public, using whatever means were most expedient for that goal.

A crucifix is the main religious symbol for Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox churches, but most Protestant and Oriental Orthodox churches prefer to use a cross without the figure of Christ.

Night-time / Later Winter 2013 / Small community church

Tags: Church Architecture Religion

Voters: jovanovic, gwynn56, TyChee and 2 more


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TyChee Plus
11 275 1 United States
24 Mar 2013 2:41AM
Nice lighting.
Ty

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FlawedDesign 3 4 1 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2013 3:41AM
Smile The lighting of this scene caught my eye as I drove by one night Wink x
derrymaine 3 17 Greece
24 Mar 2013 6:24AM
great composition
bwempe 3 United States
25 Mar 2013 4:42AM
I think the composition is good, but if yuo were trying to emphasize the crucifix I think you should have either zoomed in far enough to eliminate the side of the church thus making everything "larger". If your subject was the church with the crucifix a longer exposure in order to bring some of the detail out would have helped. It is still o good photo.
FlawedDesign 3 4 1 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2013 6:05PM

Quote: I think you should have either zoomed in far enough to eliminate the side of the church thus making everything "larger".


Thanks for your input, I actually had a few different options for this photograph and was a bit indecisive as which to choose. I had a landscape one including the windows down the church and one zoomed in closer, but I quiet liked the darkness framing this one adding a Gothic eeriness. I think a little closer crop would in hindsight have been a good idea!

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