I received an e-mail from someone affiliated with the Virgin Mary viaduct, the Chicago highway underpass that has a life-size water stain resembling the mother of God. They wanted advice on setting up a web site.
I'm a firm believer in the idea that all religious iconography that develops naturally upon either surfaces or food should have its own site. This is exactly the kind of thing for which the Internet was invented.
Because of the visual nature of the underpass and the community that has developed, the ideal place for its web presence is Flickr.
Flickr's a terrific photo-sharing community that was recently purchased by Yahoo for 5.2 bajillion dollars. You can create an account for free, upload your photos for public viewing, and add tags that describe the subject of the shots.
Every time I find myself on Flickr, I get lost in the photos, most recently in the work of Justin Hankins. His pictures of the Bridge of Lions, Night of Lights celebration, and Intercoastal Waterway are some of the best shots I've seen of St. Augustine.
Flickr photos can be grouped into sets and viewed as slideshows. Somebody should hire Robin Jean, the photographer doing this Rockstars set, to take column mugshots for newspapers.