Photographer's Note

It is so much easier to take a good photo of a ceiling inside a church. No, you don’t have to look up -you can just place the camera on the floor and use long exposure with self-release button. Other directions require a tripod, or a camera with high ISO setting, or being very creative how to immobilize the camera while having a good view through the lens.

I have already shared with you two pictures of the former Bernardine Monastery in Lviv one of the exterior and one of the interior.

Bernardine Order is a Polish version of Franciscan Order. I think they wear brown clothes as opposed to black Franciscan clothes. We have actually in Poland both orders coexisting together. Currently the church and monastery is owned by Ukrainian Greek Catholic Basilian Order. This church has a jaw-dropping Baroque interior, probably the richest among numerous beautiful churches of Lviv.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7495 W: 106 N: 19629] (75139)
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