St. Mary’s Yonkers – Side Chapel

St. Mary's Side Chapel

This is the side chapel of  Immaculate Conception Church (also known as St. Mary’s) in Yonkers, New York. Once again, I am grateful to Msgr. Hugh J. Corrigan for allowing me full access throughout this magnificent building while it was otherwise closed to the public.

You can see the baptistery to the left, a statue of Jesus and two confessional booths to the right, and the altar directly ahead.

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  1. Love the rich wood and tones inside these churches! Seems so calming! Wonderful pic Mark!
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  2. Gorgeous capture Mark. It is tack sharp with great light. Awesome.
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  3. Beautifully crafted and processed image, Mark. Rich tones and lovely highlights. Stunning piece of work.
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    1. That’s OK Mike. I don’t think the Church was going for creepy, but you see what you see. I think it’s partly due to the heavy yellow color tones. It looks like the white balance is off but it’s not, and I think the heavy yellow cast can be unsettling. It doesn’t have this effect in real life, and I also think the more complete view of the chapel I linked in the post negates the effect.

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