In keeping with the need to be as overstated as possible, the organ in the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal is off the chain.
The sanctuary of the Klaksvík state church, Faroe Islands.
Fresco in the Klaksvík state church, Faroe Islands.
Another view of the Klaksvík state church sanctuary. The hull of the boat is all that is visible, which is very different than the smaller churches. The hull is quite large, but this super wide angle shot tricks the eye into thinking that it is much smaller.
Black and White view of the Church at Saksun, Faroe Islands.
The church in Kvívík, Faroe Islands.
Broken wooden crucifix along the church's rock wall at Vidareidi, Faroe Islands. This is the most provocatively title shot I took the entire tour. The title can mean a literal take on the New Testament crucifixion of Jesus, a larger statement about Luther/Lutheranism/Reformation with a dislike for crucifixes and finally the title could be referring to the subject's wood being broken. The clouds offer a nice counterbalance to the whole thing.