June 30, 2010

South West England XV - Bristol Cathedral

Digital original, 8 image exposure blend

Digital original, 5 image exposure blend
Bristol Cathedral was conceived as a “hall church” with the aisles the same height as the choir and nave. As a result the vaulting is very unique, designed to let as much light into the church as possible. This German Gothic style is rare in Britain, but was maintained and honoured in all the subsequent renovations of the building.
Digital original

Digital original

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