Posts Tagged ‘tourism’

For those of you who’ve followed my blog for a while you know I spend a great deal of time at Trinity Church in Copley Square for a variety of creative reasons. For years I’ve photographed the windows and taken pleasure in researching their stories and encouraging visitors to learn even more through the church’s self-guided and docent-led tours. Coming in June to complement these two opportunities to learn about this National Historic Landmark’s architectural significance will be an audio tour. Especially for friends and family who’ve yet to make it to Boston to see the church for themselves I’m happy to share this sneak peak unveiling the new audio tour that offers a glimpse of the church’s interior beauty and its activities as an active Episcopal parish. Enjoy, and hope you can visit! Promotional video by photographer Rodrigo Larioss.

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… a lovely surprise appeared at my door.  The postcards I mentioned as a work-in-progress in a previous post have arrived.  These are images I’ve had the pleasure of taking of the stained glass windows at Trinity Church in Copley Square, Boston, a building considered one of the most significant in American architecture.

These postcards will be available at the Book Shop located in the undercroft (lower level) of the church.  Learn more about the parish and current activities here and specifically tours here and about the Book Shop here.  In addition to postcards of the stained glass you will also find a few of my other nature-themed postcards like the following.  Happy writing! 😉

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