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Views of Truro Cathedral

By TrevBatWCC    
Four images of Truro Cathedral taken over the space of 2 hours whilst in the city. It's hard to believe on looking at the Cathedral that it's only just over 100 years old. The Diocese of Truro was established in 1876, and the first bishop, Edward White Benson, was consecrated in 1877, and shortly afterwards construction began in 1880 on the site of the sixteenth-century parish church of St Mary the Virgin. Built to Gothic Revival design, it was completed and opened in 1910.
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Single Raw images processed in Adobe Camera Raw 7, tweaked in Photomatix Pro 5 and Photoshop Elements 11.

Thanks again to everyone for your votes & comments on my previous uploads, it really is appreciated and encouraging.

Trev Smile

Tags: Cornwall Architecture Cathedral Truro Christmas eve

Voters: BRITCHIE, Jasper87, barbarahirst and 22 more

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Amazing photo with beautiful colours. great attention to detail excellent photography SmileSmileSmileSmile
barbarahirst 14 27 12 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 11:34AM
V2 rings my bells today
8 Jan 2015 11:35AM
great captures Trev photomatix is great on stonework as these three captures show fine work

8 Jan 2015 11:39AM
A superb foursome, Trev - your processing is excellent; it really makes the images jump off the screen!
V1 is my favourite today but, I do like the way you have made V2 'stand to attention'!
Excellent work.

CarolG 16 199 20 Greece
8 Jan 2015 11:42AM
Superb photography, Trev, I especially like V.4.
Chinga Plus
12 112 3 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 12:10PM
Good images... V1 and V3 are my favorites Grin
cats_123 Plus
18 5.1k 31 Northern Ireland
8 Jan 2015 12:56PM
An impressive set. Like the perspective of v3😊😊
CaroleS Plus
12 442 3 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 1:25PM
Oh well done Trev! I always think there is not enough space around the Cathedral - you end up in BHS doorways. There is a good view from the grounds on the left hand side through the gate on the left as you look at the entrance, but you do have to watch the light.
You really have done exceptionally well, I just cannot choose a favourite!
woolybill1 Plus
16 39 79 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 1:29PM
An interesting and appealing set. I am particularly drawn to V2.
mikbee 15 3 8 Scotland
8 Jan 2015 3:11PM
Would never have guessed it was only a 100 years old Trev.
Bleeding heck.that's only 37 years older than me !!
Super set.
8 Jan 2015 4:01PM
Great set of images Trev, your technique is spot on for this subject matter.

Ray Smile
Lillian Plus
13 23 17 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 4:27PM
Great set Trev but love your V2
All lovely images but your processing is wonderful
Tish1 Plus
10 32 5 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 6:57PM
knock me down with a feather
Clever Trevor
widebrows wonder wether Clever Trevors clever
either have they got
nor neither havent not
got no right to make a clot
our of Trevor


Nicely done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

8 Jan 2015 8:22PM
Lovely set of images Trevor, forgot how beautiful the Cathedal is.

Mollycat Plus
9 21 2 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2015 8:22PM
Think Tish has been on my Glenmorangie Trev. Mind you she is right, very nicely done. In fact superb Trev, your processing brings the stone work to life. I'll send you a postcard on my travels.....should be back tomorrow.
Sezz 18 619 15 England
9 Jan 2015 2:47PM
Wonderful detail portrayed Trev, a beautiful Cathedral, it certainly looks older than it is! Like them all very much but especially V".

SArah *
Fefe Plus
11 82 49 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2015 5:13PM
Lovely detailed set Trev, V2 is my fave, the round window looks very similar to York Minster.....they must've had "Yorshire Window's" in WinkWink

Ps, yes you are correct, that is the Clifton on my shotSmile

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