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North Aisle - Peterborough Cathedral

By James_C
Hi all,

Many thanks for your kind comments and votes for my last upload. They are all very much appreciated.

Today's upload is another from my visit to Peterborough Cathedral and is looking down the north aisle. The flags on the left hand side marks the the tombe of Queen Katherine of Aragon, who was the first wife of King Henry VIII. She was buried there in January 1536.

I have posted 2 versions of this photograph as I'm not sure which one I prefer.

Many thanks for looking.

All the best,

James

Tags: General Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: mrswoolybill, morpheus1955, Glyn1 and 20 more


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mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.7k 2099 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2011 9:44AM
I love the off-centre placement and the invitation of the open gate. V1 for me - a bit more sense of depth, a hint of mystery in the shadows.
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25 Feb 2011 10:17AM
Superb depth and detail in this amazing image. V1and V2, 10 out of 10......JIM..
achieverswales 9 8 101 Wales
25 Feb 2011 10:20AM
Excellent work, V1 for me.

Regards

Trev.
EAS 10 1 13 Scotland
25 Feb 2011 10:23AM
Some wonderful detail of that amazing architecture in these lovely images. V1 for me though both are good.

Ann
Joline Plus
13 30 54 United States
25 Feb 2011 12:37PM
Beautifully photographed...I have to go against the grain and say I prefer v2. By opening up the shadows very subtly the details in the arches show much more, and yet it is not so bright that it loses it's depth. Well done!
25 Feb 2011 5:03PM
Poor Catherine, I had no idea she was buried here Really lovely shots James.
Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2011 5:51PM
Beautiful images. V2 is my favorite. Very nice.
IB
taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
25 Feb 2011 6:36PM
Both excellent long views!, I prefer the light in v2!
JEnnn
Ray42 11 3 England
26 Feb 2011 7:22AM
An excellent shot - no convergence noticeable, a good comp (like the invitation of the open gate), and good detail - very nice work

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