It is interesting how all these photos of the Ecumenical Vespers Service have been taken by a person who has been able to get excellent close up shots and who is obviously enamored with ecumenism. He obviously had permission to take all these photos. Note that his photo album does not have any anti-ecumenicist rhetoric, so for anyone to jump to conclusions that the photos have been photo-shopped is ludicrous and absolutely hysterical.
It is interesting how one can equate taking good photos of an event, the skill of photography itself, with being 'obviously enamored' with anything, be it ecumenism, republicanism, hippy-ism, or any other ism. Capturing an event effectively does not automatically equate with 'agreement with the sentiment of the event'
The lack of anti ecumenist rhetoric, again, is indicative of nothing in particular, because guess what, there isn't -any- rhetoric at all in the album, seeing that NONE of the pictures have descriptions or comments at all. So there is neither anti, nor pro, nor apathetic rhetoric.
For all we know, this person, is tasked with taking pictures for various events and parishes and is not taking them to -personally- promote any agenda other than 'as our official photographer, please document all events'.
I am not arguing or getting into whether the event is right, wrong, or anything else. There is just a logical fallacy in saying what the photographers pictures indicate in terms of motivation or personal support.