I was lucky enough this week to find myself in the worcester cathedral, a truly beautiful building, the light gleamed through the stainless glass shimmering down the columns and eluminating the emmanent detail within the cathedrals structure. The Sing Faure consert took place there last night and the cathedral was alive with the tones of multiple voices many stumbling over the various latin words 🙂 I centred the window in the middle of the photograph and purposely took the photo at a verticle angle to suggest strength within the cathedrals size and grandure. I also love the tiny details within the photo such as the fragile colours at the alter and the golden crescent surrounding the “far away” windows in the background.
I love this photo because of the gradual tone in which the streaming light creates along the cathedrals ceiling and pillars. I love it! The detail is what matters!
P.S Sorry for the vertical view I tried rotating the photograph but somehow it didn’t look as nice! 🙂