Sunday, March 16, 2008

Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral Before And After

Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral

The illustration shows a view of St Fin Barre's Cathedral from the south-east in 1871 before the spires were added. The cathedral was consecrated on 30 November 1870 but the towers and spires were not completed until 1879. Two local businessmen Francis Wise and William Crawford donated £30,000 towards the cost of the towers and spires. On 6 April 1878 Bishop John Gregg laid the top stones on the western spires. His son and successor as Bishop, Robert Samuel Gregg, laid the top stone on the central spire in 1879.

Democrat Hypocrisy and Iraq

View their hypocrisy.

Planned Parenthood's Racist Planning

This has to be one of the most disgusting things I have read and I read a ton.

Planned Parenthood Comfortable With Racially Motivated Abortion of Black Babies
The call to Idaho came in July to Autumn Kersey, vice president of development and marketing for Planned Parenthood of Idaho.

On the recording provided by The Advocate, an actor portraying a donor said he wanted his money used to eliminate black unborn children because "the less black kids out there the better."

Kersey laughed nervously and said: "Understandable, understandable. ... Excuse my hesitation, this is the first time I've had a donor call and make this kind of request, so I'm excited and want to make sure I don't leave anything out."
It is legal in Idaho for someone who makes a phone call to secretly tape it.

PP was comfortable in obtaining the racist money. They got uncomfortable when caught.

Planned Parenthood is neither. Their work is the purposeful murder of unborn babies, but leave it to the left to make horrid tragedy even more horrid.

Pinhole Photography

Steven Elbert
All of the works shown were created with homemade pinhole cameras of various materials and formats. Pinhole photography is the most direct and primitive form of photography, involving the capture of images directly onto film without the use of a lens. After exposure and development, I frequently scan the images and manipulate them in the computer, producing an expressive hybrid of the low- and high-tech. The resulting slightly unsharp pictures have qualities which are unlike the clear, action-arresting product of a conventional camera. Because the exposure times range from seconds to hours, moving objects and people blur or ...

The Meeting, 2004
Black and White Photograph, 16 x 20 X 2 inches