Garland and guide 2

By mrswoolybill
From the other side of the aisle, in the 11th Century Church of Our Lady, the private chapel of the Delaval family.
Further information here.
Thanks for looking,
Moira

Tags: Photo journalism Architecture Black and white Seaton Delaval Hall

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13 Jan 2020 8:16AM
That seems like a lot of pews for a private chapel. Must have been a big family.
And there's a sword on the wall???

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2166 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2020 8:18AM
Pay a visit Alan, and you can ask the questions. It's a fascinating visit and the guides are lovely. (I had a long conversation with this lady, apparently most people's photos of the interior turn out pink. The D7500's auto white balance coped very well, she was impressed.)
13 Jan 2020 8:32AM
i like this better than the previous one
saltireblue Plus
9 10.4k 59 Norway
13 Jan 2020 8:39AM

Quote:And there's a sword on the wall???

In God we trust, but not 100% if our enemies are banging at the door...

I feel there's somehow a better balance here compared to the previous one.
There's a lot of explaining and pointing out going on in the background...
kaybee 15 7.0k 26 Scotland
13 Jan 2020 9:23AM
She doesn't seem to be paying attention.

I will admit - black and white does tend to get rid of a pink cast
LOL
13 Jan 2020 10:23AM
Impressive chapel and image Moira
Ian
mac Plus
18 6 Scotland
13 Jan 2020 10:23AM
I find this one is better balanced than the first image. In this one the garland being the focal point was on the right hand edge so you tended to view from right to left. In this view on the left side so your usual viewing angle from left to right which I feel gives a better flow to the image. Methinks?
Ian
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2166 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2020 11:32AM
Thanks again folks. The sword... Well medieval chivalry, particularly in its later romanticized editions, turned the sword into a Christian icon, and that was picked up by Reginald Blomfield in his design of the Cross of Sacrifice for the War Graves Commission.
I'm interested that a number of people prefer this to the previous upload. I wonder if it's the more accommodating left to right sight line?
13 Jan 2020 11:58AM
That sword is pointing down at the chap who is pointing up. Up, down, left, right, black, white. I like it.
13 Jan 2020 12:23PM
Lovely mono work!

ArneSmile
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 14 England
13 Jan 2020 12:54PM
I like how the garland seems to have the shape of a human figure about to step out into the aisle.... 😀
Trev 😀
capto Plus
7 6.1k 15 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2020 1:45PM
Pointing the way to heaven perhaps.Smile
ivor
bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
13 Jan 2020 5:17PM
very cleverWink
mistere Plus
6 6 3 England
13 Jan 2020 5:24PM
Wonderful Moira. Love the pov, composition and dof of this image. They say
that a good picture should tell a story. This one makes very interesting reading.
Nicely done.

Dave.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2166 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2020 5:35PM
Things have been happening! My thanks to Ollie, Dave and Somnath for their UAs.
13 Jan 2020 7:12PM
I really like this Moira. I find the sharpness of the wreath on the left balances well with the out of focus figures etc which make up the rest of the image.
Alfie
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.9k 2166 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2020 9:25PM
And thanks Alfie!
13 Jan 2020 10:32PM
Beautiful angle.

LorySmile

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