Inside Trinity Church

Following up from last weeks entry, we continue our walk around Trinity Church by going inside the building. There is the main room/nave of the church and a smaller chapel in the back right of the building. As it is a smaller church (relatively speaking when compared to St. John the Divine or St. Patrick’s) in NYC, the atmosphere is much quieter and intimate. It is also much darker due to the architecture.

This was one of my first trips with the new camera, so I was still experimenting with the lower light settings. Some really nice results and working around camera noise.

In the doorway to the church, a commemoration of a royal visit.

In the doorway to the church, a commemoration of a royal visit.

The main room.

The main room.

The pulpet.

The pulpet.

A bird lectern, much like one you can find up at the Cloisters.

A bird lectern, much like one you can find up at the Cloisters.

Looking up at the organ over the doorway.

Looking up at the organ over the doorway.

One of many mausoleums inside the church proper.

One of many mausoleums inside the church proper.

Details of the pew.

Details of the pews.

The altar.

The altar.

Another tomb.

Another tomb.

The rear chapel.

The rear chapel.

A prayer cubicle.

A prayer cubicle.

A tomb on the side of the chapel.

A tomb on the side of the chapel.

The baptismal font by a prayer set.

The baptismal font by a prayer set.

One of the intricately carved doors.

One of the intricately carved doors.

Detail of the door.

Detail of the door.

Next week: The 2015 ice fest in Central Park.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel XS with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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