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Pipes And Lights

By lifesnapper  
Hi all, hope you're enjoying the Bank Holiday so far, I wish the weather where better here in the South East, it's really nowhere near as warm as it should be this time of Year, and never far away from a good soaking:-(
Well just for a change on a Sunday, I thought I'd upload something rather apt, if you're that way inclinedSmile Rochester Cathedral, is the second oldest in the Country, the oldest being Canterbury, just a few miles away from here. The Organ is very impressive, and sounds devine, especially the low notes which seem to go right through to the very soul, not sure if that's the intention Smile Hope you like this little set of six, and before you say it Ed', yes those Candles ARE Piping hot Smile

Thanks for all your kind comments and votes on my 'Globe Artichoke' and ok Dave, I'll try to find something more to your liking very soon Smile

All the best to all,

John Smile

Tags: General Architecture Organ Rochester cathedral

Voters: Ray42, Angi_Wallace, Dee73 and 34 more

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Comments


Ray42 9 3 England
29 Aug 2010 8:23AM
My what a big organ!!! - A great set John and a good write up

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woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2010 9:41AM
It's your excellent use of the light (rather than the lights) that strikes me about the entire set, John. You have brought out the richness of the colours without exaggeration. Even V4 is what the human eye would first notice when surrounded by semi-darkness - the bright external light would be blinding: granted, the eye adjusts to balance the two in a way the camera can not.
V1, V3 (very much the human perspective) and V6 would be my top three if I were forced to choose.
Enjoy your Bank Holiday!
Regards
Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
10 1.1k 1738 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2010 10:05AM
Beautiful set, rich and sumptous. V6 is special...
Moira
Dave87 Plus
10 42 5 England
29 Aug 2010 10:59AM
Blondes are good to view - but the lighting in V1 is even better!!

Dave.
Sezz 12 617 15 England
29 Aug 2010 1:28PM
Lovely set John, really like V1 very much, it really is very beautiful both to look and and to listen to! I love V6 too Smile

Sarah *
User_Removed 9 26 2 United States
29 Aug 2010 2:08PM
Absolutely stunning - the reds hold it all together! Goes into my favorites.
Christina
Sue_R Plus
11 11 6 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2010 4:53PM
All lovely and a very unusual subject for you Smile V3 and V6 are my favourites this time, closely followed by V1 Smile

Sue Smile X
James_C 8 36 56 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2010 7:01PM
A beautifully photographed series - much appreciated.

James
kff 7 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2010 7:18PM
lovely set mate

i have forgot just how nice it is inside the cathedral not been there for years

v6 is my fav
29 Aug 2010 8:01PM
Excellent series John, strange how you managed to fit in a girl in v5.
Tony
29 Aug 2010 8:13PM
Yes Tony, isn't it annoying when people get into the shot? Smile
Mavis Plus
15 143 2 England
29 Aug 2010 8:22PM
A wonderful set . Fantastic lighting John xxx
banehawi Plus
13 1.6k 3722 Canada
29 Aug 2010 9:23PM
All really good, - I especially like that last one, - its quite special in that it conveys a message rather than being a photo.

Looks like shooting all these "birds" has finally paid off, and there a place for you in photo heaven after all. Maybe you should call the series 'Atonement"!


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mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
29 Aug 2010 11:24PM
OK John, I will let you off here,V5 has saved your bacon !!
Good set.
Mick.
RonnieAG Plus
7 154 118 Scotland
29 Aug 2010 11:39PM
A superb set of interiors from Rochester and accompanied by such an interesting narrative. Bill ("woolybill 1") has put it so well, I could not better his comments and I have to agree with all he has said.
ronnie.
30 Aug 2010 11:36AM
Thanks for all your comments, some of them really made me smile Smile You know who your are Smile
Dave_Holdham 8 4 1 Wales
30 Aug 2010 4:44PM
Wonderful set, well captured, v3 is me fav. Smile
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
30 Aug 2010 8:28PM
The lighting in v1 is superb. You've really manage to capture this beautifully. The rich tones of the wood and detail in v3 is well captured too.
Here, in my part of the world, I think it is warmer than usual - I wish I could share with you!
Anne
30 Aug 2010 8:31PM
Thanks Anne, that would be much appreciated Smile Nowhere nere seasonal average hereSmile
Lillian Plus
8 22 17 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2010 10:18PM
Beautifully captured and lighting spot on john, no way could I choose a fav as all tell the story solitude
Lillian
A Booth 15 11 4 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2010 3:43PM
glorious colours with superb detail, excellent set.
Glostopcat 11 255 2 England
2 Sep 2010 6:04PM
So you did spend your Bank Holy Day in a church then after all! lol An excellent and varied set of ecclesiastical images. So the weather wasn't too good over the bank holiday then, it was set fair all week in West Wales, save for a short sharp shower early on Sunday morning.
User_Removed 9 1 8 United Kingdom
2 Sep 2010 7:43PM
fantastic set John. #3 & #6 for me.

Al.

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