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The Cloisters Lacock Abbey

By chrissycj
Went to Lacock Abbey near Bristol Saturday.
This abbey was founded in 1232 by Ela Countess of Salisbury as a nunnery for augustinian canonesses. The fine cloister court and several medieveal quarters remain today.
In the mid 19th century, William Henry Fox Talbot remodelled the south elevation and added three new oriel windows, one of which was used as a subject in the first known example of a photographic negative.
The abbey was used in the filming of 2 of Harry Potter Films.
See what you think of this pic of the cloisters.

Tags: Abbey Architecture Digitally manipulated

Voters: terry_cavner, Eiginta, chris_taylor and 5 more


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angej 15 479 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2007 11:18AM
Like the composition and detail in the ceiling ChrisSmile
Ange
Eiginta 14
2 Apr 2007 12:14PM
Great perspective.
pmorgan 13 217 13 England
2 Apr 2007 4:20PM
Another wonderful image Christine, I would love to see this large!

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Paul
AngelaR 15 155 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2007 5:40PM
Nice one Chris - tried similar at Canterbury, but it didn't go quite right.
dwilkin 13 24.3k United Kingdom
29 Aug 2007 7:24AM
Must look fantastic at full size. Wonderful detail in the floor and ceiling.

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