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Bishop In Prayer

Frank J Casella


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Bishop In Prayer Photograph


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Munich, Ba - Germany

Great capture.

Frank J Casella replied:

Glad you find this meaningful, Johanna, thank you!

Massillon, OH - United States

Great image with nice composition and use of framing. L/F

Frank J Casella replied:

Thank you very much, Marcia!

Delaware, OH - United States

Such a beautifully composed image! I love those warm brown tones moving around the picture, the lace detail on the red sleeve which echoes the cap . . . and just the symbolism involved gives this a lot of meaning!. . . .fv

Frank J Casella replied:

Yes, the details make the picture ... thank you, Karen!

Homewood, IL - United States

The you to Ludwig Keck for the Feature - Bishop In Prayer - in the Stree Photography - Artist Group on Pixels / Fine Art America!

Baytown, TX - United States

The strength of his faith and the grip in his hands show us one man's resolve. As a faith leader he, like others, helps us find our way. I love your perfect image! :D L/F

Frank J Casella replied:

Well said, Mary, thank you.

La Paz - Bolivia

Great portrait and composition!

Frank J Casella replied:

Thank you James.

Punta Gorda, FL - United States

Love the framing!

Frank J Casella replied:

Me as well, thank you, Barbie.

Homewood, IL - United States

Thank you Denise.

Southampton, PA - United States

Perfectly framed composition Frank! L/F

Lake View Terrace, CA - United States

Wonderful spiritual image, I love it

Frank J Casella replied:

Glad you find meaning from this, Shoal, thank you.

Silver Spring, MD - United States

Great moment of silence. Nice capture Frank. Beautifully composed. l/v

Frank J Casella replied:

Glad you like this, Emmy, thank you!

Los Angeles, CA - United States

Beautiful capture!

Frank J Casella replied:

Thank you so much, Michael.

South Shields, Ty - United Kingdom

Beautiful and inspiring! I had not realized that there was any significance in the direction that the crosier faces.

Frank J Casella replied:

Yes, there is much symbolism us average Catholic's are not aware of. Thank you Kathryn.

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