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Cherabims ?

By barbarahirst
Yesterday I stumbled upon the Wakefield Cathedral.
What an amazing building. It had the standard superb glass windows etc. But it had a really lived in feel with all sorts of modern additions.. Sadly my camera skills wern't up to the occasion But will definately be going back with a different lens !

A very big thankyou to Chris (SlowSong) , Adrian (Adrian_Reynold) and Patti (PattiW) for their much appreciated user awards for my Tangled Swan

Tags: Photo journalism General Art Cathedral

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Comments


andylea 14 37 1 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 7:59AM
love the colours and detail barbara looks like a really interesting place to visit a belter nice one Wink
andy
morpheus1955 16 3 2 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 8:03AM
Lovely image Barbara, wonderful colours, very well captured, I know how difficult it is to take photo's in church buildings, very well done.

Hugh
27 Apr 2011 8:07AM
They look like they are sharing an amazing secret! A tad more light or a tripod and that focus would have been perfect. They are hard places to shoot.
mrswoolybill Plus
16 3.6k 2574 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 8:25AM
This is so funny. What are they sharing? A comic, or that magazine they found hidden in Uncle George's bathroom? And are they really playing footsie?
Moira
pluckyfilly 16 351 33 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 8:50AM
never been to Wakefield but looks a great place to visit, just a little dark on my screen to enjoy fully but a good try Barbs
baclark 13 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 9:00AM
Well they are cheeky little pair of cherabims for sure! Looks as if they are planning some mischief! Maybe just a touch of levels would brighten it a touch a make it sing out.
Barbara
Ray42 14 3 England
27 Apr 2011 9:06AM

Quote:...Well they are cheeky little pair of cherabims for sure!

I quite agreeWinkWink
pdcche 12 4 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 9:06AM
Nice shot Barbara, up to no good i guess.. Peter
moiral 12 12 Scotland
27 Apr 2011 9:07AM
These cherubs remind me of the scraps I used to collect as a kid. Nice image. Moira
27 Apr 2011 9:37AM
Great places for finding unusual things to shoot a wee tad more light would have helped you non the less interesting one with unusual colours ....Awards for the swan were well deserved Barbara it was a cracking shot click
gingerdelight 16 298 11 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 9:43AM
Well captured under awkward circumstances. These two were not painted up to Renaissance standards but are fun images!
Carol
27 Apr 2011 10:10AM
Nice image Barbara.
Cheers Allen, Smile
danbrann 18 640 17
27 Apr 2011 10:44AM
A good find Barbara. Lighten it a touch and it will be superb.
Lillian Plus
13 23 17 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 10:50AM
Guess they are planning another shot for loads of awards for you here again Barbara, (that was such a wonderful swan image)
cheeky devils
Lillian
gary_d 15 576 13 Wales
27 Apr 2011 10:51AM

Quote:A good find Barbara. Lighten it a touch and it will be superb.


I thought the same as Dan. - gary
EMJAYCEE 13 10 10 England
27 Apr 2011 11:51AM
Difficul task carried out well but agree that to lighten it a tad would make a big difference.
Joan.
27 Apr 2011 12:24PM
Looking forward to seeing your next shots on your re-visit, looks a wonderful image Barbara.

Len
imagio 16 12 1 England
27 Apr 2011 12:35PM
Nice capture Barbara

bernie
HobbitDave Plus
14 10 10 England
27 Apr 2011 12:48PM
What a dear little pair of carvings. It sounds a wonderful place, Barbara. Interesting that the cherubim on the right looks as though she (?) is wearing specs Wink I think they know something we dont..... Look forward to some more of your shots from the Cathedral.
Dave.
27 Apr 2011 2:52PM
Wonderful scene of the cherub-like figures sharing a moment Barbara,
well captured, fascinating symbolism, wonder why one is, sort of kicking the other, and if the red wing denotes the mischief in him/her?

Adrian
jonwebber 14 4 1 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2011 5:20PM
Never knew cherubs were allowed cheeky grins . . .
jon
TrevBatWCC Plus
14 13 19 England
27 Apr 2011 5:35PM
I was in the centre of Wakefield yesterday, wish I'd known you were there, we could have met up - and had drink to celebrate my birthday! Wink Can't say I'd seen these, must pop in and take a look around. Well seen Barbs Smile
Trev Smile
27 Apr 2011 5:47PM
A Really well taken shot in what I presume were not good lighting conditions.
27 Apr 2011 8:35PM
Nice shot Barbara, i'm looking forward to seeing the next set!

best wishes,
Gabriel
27 Apr 2011 11:13PM
Well done Barbs. They do look a bit cheeky I wonder what they are talking aboutGrin..Lin
28 Apr 2011 12:05AM
Looking forward to the results of your next visit, nice taster!....B
Peagreen 12 1 1 England
28 Apr 2011 11:55AM
Lovely image , Barbara, wonderful colours and detail. Very well captured.
Take care, Pauline
LexEquine Plus
16 1 20 United States
28 Apr 2011 1:35PM
'Nice color, tones, details, & comp in the image frame'>...Peter Smile

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