One of the things that John and I loved doing in the Days Before Katherine was photo taking together. We’d drag our equipment around from place to place, shooting whatever caught our fancy.
Film and developing got to be expensive and time became a highly-desireable, yet rarely-present, commodity after Katherine’s birth, so we fell out of the habit.
I think we’re getting back into it now, though, with the recognition that Katherine is old enough to enjoy wandering along with us. Today we went to Patrick Street Church. We’ve frequently commented on it in passing and often remarked casually that we’d neither of us been inside.
Today, we found one of the doors open. There was no one around, so we meandered about, took oodles of photos and bothered no one. I actually wonder if the door was left open by accident…. It seems a shame somehow that churches have to lock their doors now.
Anyway, here are a few pictures… (John’s are here)
This staircase is off-limits to the public, but leads to the balcony and organ. I liked the light…
We finished the day off by going to the Ocean Sciences Centre in Logy Bay. They have seals:
Nice to be able to do some of our favourite activities again!