Kathy & I celebrated the Christmas season by attending a choral concert by the Singers of Renaissance, a Charlotte based choir. Christmas music is part of what makes the season special for us, and a choral concert in a beautiful church with a lovely organ brought back a whole smorgasbord of memories.
One of the most amazing things (other than the music) is that I didn’t see a single cell phone during the concert. A very rare thing anywhere these days, even in church. I was carrying my camera and took just two pictures during the performance, but since I was sitting in the back row I didn’t feel too conspicuous.
4 thoughts on “A Choral Christmas”
Very beautiful image and tradition. What a treat not to see a cell phone in every hand! Merry Christmas.
Thanks, Karin. It was quite a treat, and it took me a while to even realize what I wasn’t seeing!
Good photo handheld in such low light, Tom!
Thanks, Brooks. It was 1/75th of a second so not all that slow, but I’ll happily take a little of the credit! The IS in these newer cameras and lenses is pretty amazing. I have some shots done at really slow speeds that, while not razor sharp, are not bad for as long as the exposures were.
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