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Internal view of the dome at Mosta, reputed to be the third largest in Europe.
Thanks for the great response to Cheeky Graffiti.
All the best Nick
V2 now uploaded to show the bomb that penetrated the dome in WW2.
Wow! fantastic detail and light!
Perfect,composition,exposure ,colour Love it.
Composition spot on ~ well done.
I am exhausted playing catch up here Nick
so I have your bum and rust to catch up with first !!
MC Esher must have inspired this shot!
makes you dizzy so much detail is in there
Such a fantastic detailed shot, a belter Nick.
Nicely presented . Deep
Makes your eyes go funny. Phew!
That is wonderful, brilliant light and detail. Excellent.
superb detail and that dome pulls you right in excellent
Really good comp great detail very eye catching image, well presented superbly presented.
Whata great job you've done capturing this - first class.
Right Nick,I am back and have settled down now.
I knew this was not the biggest dome,as I know the biggest one very well.
It is actually down at Leith docks,at a place called Mostahavapee !!
Stunning composed image and clarity Nick.
Thanks all for the wonderful comments and especially to John for his user award.
A veritable trompe l'oeil, Nick (English translation - "doing my 'ead in"). Wonderful perspective and clarity. Excellent image.
What a stunning shot,superb details,well done..Lin
Lovely detail in this.
Excellent image, lots of detail, good colour, lovely.
Pleased to click 30 for this. The details are wonderful.
Has it still got the bomb there or am I mad and thinking of somewhere else?......
Quote: Has it still got the bomb there or am I mad and thinking of somewhere else?......
Yes they do still have the bomb in a side room (well a replica anyway)
For those who have not been there a bomb went through the dome in WW2 but failed to explode. There were a lot of people in the church at the time but no one was hurt.
I will add a shot of the bomb.
Very lovely to see, though it slightly
woozles my eyes, or have I had too much lager
with the footie (how ladylike!)
Interesting about the bomb.
Thank goodness it failed to explode.
Great shot V1 and so beautifully captured
and v2 the interest side
superb detail - exellent architectural record shot.
Excellent composition.. Lots of symmetrical swirls... Very well framed..
I remember this place well,cracking shot.
Wonderful image Nick
Wonderful detail and patterns Nick, there was no chance this one would bomb!
Nr1, splendid view, .. well lit and captured
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