June 15, 2012

Scotland III - St. Gilles Cathedral (Edinburgh, Scotland)

Digital original, 17 frame exposure blend, 3 frame stitch
The roof of the nave in St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh.
Digital original, 16 frame exposure blend, 3 frame stitch
The Thistle Chapel in St. Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh. Completed in 1911, the chapel is used by the Knights of the Thistle, Scotland’s order of chivalry. Though small, it is in 15th century high Gothic style and full of elaborate carvings in wood and stone and of colourful heraldry.
Digital original, 9 frame exposure blend
Though St. Giles Cathedral is relatively small, it was a real pleasure to photograph in. The warm red sandstone gives it a different feel from any of the other cathedrals I've photographed to date.

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