While I’m not a hardcore sight-seer, I will sit and reflect in a foreign cathedral like it’s nobody’s business. Perhaps it’s because I feel transported in time or maybe it’s due to my high holiday services being held in an auditorium in Korea Town…that’s right, it’s the latter. I recently discovered Markus Brunetti’s giant photos of Western European cathedrals which are composites of hundreds of different photographs to create a “pure” image (note the lack of scaffolding, ticket booths and annoying tourists…!) I’m partial to the shot of the Piazzola sul Brenta Cathedral in Padua, Italy, and imagine hanging it in my dining room, finally getting my fill of stained glass bliss. Because next week I’m off to fold down seats and drab shades over in K-Town.