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Friday, April 10, 2009

PhotoHunt #31 - Triangle

 
Canada
I’m going to cheat a little today. I know the theme is ‘triangle’ and I couldn’t come up with anything for this week’s PhotoHunt. In fact, I would have rather discuss our beautiful Good Friday service yesterday, in which we performed James Whitbourn’s “Son of God” Mass… because we were great! :-)
 
Then, while I was looking at the pictures and videos (all of them either from Kitchener’s Trinity United Church Facebook group or its Youtube channel, and all of them taken by Michael Sellick), I said to myself: Wait a second… doesn’t that red thing we have on top of our gowns have a triangular shape?”. I had my excuse to cheat today! :-))))
 
Please bear with me, I’m so proud of my church choir (it’s not your average one!). I hope you enjoy the videos… I’m the big guy on the top right corner (yes, that one that moves all the time).
 
 
Argentina
Voy a hacer trampa hoy. Sé que el tema es ‘triángulos’ y no se me ocurría nada para el PhotoHunt de esta semana. De hecho, prefería contarles de nuestro hermoso servicio de Viernes Santo ayer, en el que cantamos la Misa “Hijo de Dios” de James Whitbourn… porque estuvimos fantásticos! :-)
 
Entonces, mientras miraba las fotos y videos (todos provenientes ya sea del grupo de Facebook o el canal de Youtube de la Iglesia Trinity United Church de Kitchener, y todas con crédito a Michael Sellick), pensé: Un momento… esa cosita roja que tenemos sobre la túnica tiene forma de triángulo!”. Había encontrado mi excusa para hacer trampa! :-))))
 
Espero que me entiendan, es que estoy muy orgulloso de mi coro de iglesia (no es un coro cualquiera!). Espero que les gusten los videos… Yo soy el grandote de arriba a la derecha (ese que se mueve demasiado).
 




 Loved this partMe encantó esta parte
 
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Just before the serviceJusto antes del servicio
 
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This is what made me sad, the low attendance. They don’t know what they missed…
Esto me puso triste, la poca gente que asistió. No saben lo que se perdieron…
 
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See the bucket in the second picture? At the end of the service, each one of us dropped a nail in it, symbolizing that Christ died on the cross for us.
The ‘clang’ heard every time somebody dropped one was just overwhelming. You can watch that video here.
Ven el balde (o cubeta) en la segunda foto? Al final del servicio, todos tiramos un clavo allí, como símbolo de que Cristo murió en la cruz por nosotros.
Los ‘clang’ que se escuchaban cada vez que tiraban uno eran sobrecogedores. Pueden ver ese video aquí.
 
All pictures and videos by Michael Sellick – Thank you for a great job, Michael!
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18 comments:

  1. i also see a triangle in the video. in fact, it is the first triangle i saw in your entry. happy easter!

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  2. I would have cheated too. great post. And very appropriate for the theme and the time of the year.Happy Ester Weekend

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  3. happy easter..:-) I guess you can get away with this cheating.. the red hood looks like a triangle :-)Your choir quite good.

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  4. Great post Gabriel. Have a happy Easter

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  5. Some one's mind is on Easter (maybe more than triangles), me thinks... ;b

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  6. Beautiful!Cheating like that is perfectly acceptable.

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  7. The collar definitely looks like a triangle. All are wonderful photos.

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  8. It was a nice cheat in this case...Happy Easter!

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  9. I don't blame you one bit....I would have posted these too for the day!! Beautiful.Actually, holding the hymnals open as the singers are....that forms a triangle.My photo is posted. It's an all time favorite photo I scanned from years ago...there's just GOTTA be a triangle in there somewhere. I had to post it....goes with the holiday weekend too well, to not post it. Come on over...have a glorious, peaceful weekend my photo hunting friend!!!!!

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  10. Hi!Awesome Choir!!! They sing beautifully!! I saw lots of triangles! Thanks for sharing your video. Have a great day!!Sherrie

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  11. Wow a choir i like to hear them singing. definitely lots of triangle in there.good choice for the theme. TC mine is up too.

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  12. Beautiful... great job well done... I agree the red piece on the robes is a triangle.. sorry your audience was low for that performance... but just add this number of comments to that number... plus all the lurkers that never comment... I expect a large crowd will have heard this beautiful music before this Easter is over... LOVED, Loved, this post!!

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  13. Lovely music...I can see why you're so proud of your choir. Felices Pascuas!

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  14. Tramposo...Lindas fotos y buena forma de encarar el tema.Ademas, me gusto la descripcion de la ceremonia y los videos.---<>Cheater! Nice photos and a good way to face the topic.Beside, i enjoyed the ceremny description and the videos.<>Mine's up/Los mios enhttp://pehuajeando.blogspot.com/2009/04/photohunt-nro23.html

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  15. Great take on the theme. Happy Easter!

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  16. Gabriel-- we listened to the music-- heavenly! That saxophone is outstanding, too!Don't be sad about the low turnout. God was with you. :) I did PH, too. I hope you have a chance to see mine. http://newyorktraveler.net/photo-hunters-triangle/Have a great weekend. He is risen!!!!!!

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  17. great take on this week's theme :)have a great weekend :)

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  18. Oh, that wasn't cheating at all! That was perfect. Yes, the triangular shapes are there. The church is beautiful and the music gorgeous. I like the idea of dropping the nails in the bucket.

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