Inside Gloucester Cathedral

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I am not at all religious, but I do love photographing cathedrals!

All comments welcome, thank you.

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Gloucester Cathedral-05
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Gloucester Cathedral-06
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Gloucester Cathedral-07
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Gloucester Cathedral-08
by John Alexander, on Flickr

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Gloucester Cathedral-09
by John Alexander, on Flickr

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Gloucester Cathedral-10
by John Alexander, on Flickr

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Gloucester Cathedral-11
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Gloucester Cathedral-12
by John Alexander, on Flickr

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Gloucester Cathedral-13
by John Alexander, on Flickr

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Gloucester Cathedral-14
by John Alexander, on Flickr
 

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My, my! What a glorious set of images!!!! I found myself getting lost in each one, savoring the beautiful statues and carvings, the stained glass, and the splendor of this grand building. Well done!
 
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My goodness, those are splendid! I am particularly drawn to the first image which clearly shows the cathedral's age. What marvelous work you've done!
 

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Lovely set of pictures. My favourite has to be the first one with that fantastic stonework.

PS nice to see vertical verticals, I presume you did this in post. Were you able to use a tripod?
 
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My goodness, those are splendid! I am particularly drawn to the first image which clearly shows the cathedral's age. What marvelous work you've done!
Thank fully they don't show my age! :)

Lovely set of pictures. My favourite has to be the first one with that fantastic stonework.

PS nice to see vertical verticals, I presume you did this in post. Were you able to use a tripod?
I did use a tripod and the verticals were fixed thanks to DxO Photo Lab.
 
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Very nice set. I especially enjoyed all the warm tones in many of the shots. #1 does a great job of giving you a feeling of the age and the size of the hall. The 7th is startling! A took a second to realize it wasn't a real person. Great job.
 

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