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St. Joseph of the Holy Family

Over the years, I have had the opportunity to collaborate with smartphone companies to bring you real life experiences of how the device functions. Most of all,  in this photography generation of ours, is capturing moments that showcases the camera quality of the devices. Therefore, this column brings you some of those moments ‘From my lens’.

On this first episode is the architectural structure of St. Joseph of the Holy Family in New York City and is located on 125th street. Most relevant, the church was established in 1859 and the structure built in 1860. However, alterations have been made to expand the edifice which stands today as St. Joseph of the Holy Family, New York.

I had the opportunity of worshiping with them in April 2016 and it was an awesome time in the presence of God. I loved the choir as their voices spoke to my soul, brought goose pimples to my skin and got me all in my feelings. After mass that day, my friend, Marilyn Eshikena, got to join the choir. I hope I can visit again to watch her sing.

This image was captured with Samsung Galaxy S7.

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