"St. John's Cathedral, NYC" ©Eric Enright

The NY Daily News interviewed a stonemason responsible for many sculptures in and around the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in the Morningside Heights section of New York City. Having lived across the street from the largest Gothic cathedral in the world for the last eight years, the hand-carved ornamentation, portals, arches, and blind arcades that cover the exterior are a familiar sight, detailed here in a photograph shot on a Lomo SuperSampler in 35mm.


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