Canterbury Cathedral - Choir Screen

Canterbury Cathedral – Choir Screen

Perspective is such that you’ll rarely see a shot such as this of the Choir Screen in Canterbury Cathedral. As you progress through the Nave, you are required to ascend steps to this screen. I have deliberately shot this with a head-on perspective. Processing Seven-bracket HDR photograph (seems pointless keep stepping down to three as the 6D handles it) taken …

alistairCanterbury Cathedral – Choir Screen
Canterbury Cathedral - The Nave

Canterbury Cathedral – The Nave

Looking West down the Nave (an interesting fact is that most Cathedrals “point” from West to East) with a wide angle lens you can see the sublime 600 year old structure of Canterbury Cathedral. It was designed by Henry Yevele and is 26.5m (82ft) high (a photograph looking up will follow). Much of the window at the end of the …

alistairCanterbury Cathedral – The Nave
Looking north from the South Bank

Looking north from the South Bank

Free art galleries? With no queues?¬†We’re spoilt in this country! The South Bank is one of my favourite areas, and the Tate Modern is one of the greatest places in this area. The view from the top floor, looking out is superb; it’s also a crackingly good value restaurant! Processing HDR photograph taken using the built-in bracketing on the Canon …

alistairLooking north from the South Bank