Fellowship of Ss. Alban & Sergius: More pictures

Just a note: pictures which are much better than what I was able to get of the Conference may be found here. The problem I consistently had was taking pictures while trying to not make a nuisance of myself, which usually meant trying to take them from a fair distance off using the zoom, but which also made the pictures fairly susceptible to the slightest shake of my hand. Anyway, most of these pictures were, I believe, taken by Sofia Lopoukhine, the St. Vlad’s staffer who really made the whole thing happen (at least from a participant’s perspective). I encourage you to take a look.


4 Responses to “Fellowship of Ss. Alban & Sergius: More pictures”

  1. 1 Matthew 28 June 2008 at 5:24 pm

    Trying to access the additional photos for day with NO success! I have tried Internet Explorer; MSN and Mozilla-Foxfire, and they till don’t come up.
    Either it is experiencing the highest traffic rate in the world or there is a problem at the origin site.
    Most annoying.

    P.S. I have DSL.

  2. 2 Richard Barrett 28 June 2008 at 10:13 pm

    Hold on —

    I’m not Fr. *anybody*. I’m just a layman. No need to call me anything but Richard, please.

    Weird about the link. Alternately, go to http://www.svots.edu, click on News and Events, then Photo Galleries, and you should find the Fellowship gallery.

    Go see Wall*E and avoid Wanted like the plague — I’ll throw that out there right now while I’m thinking about it.


  3. 3 Matthew 28 June 2008 at 11:59 pm

    OOPS! SORRY ABOUT THAT…………. Thought it was another site!

  4. 4 Matthew 29 June 2008 at 12:08 pm

    I’d rather see Angie-hate “GET SMART”. I probably won’t see either.

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