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Old 24th February 2011
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E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

It was such a gloomy day outside we spent all morning in here.

Camera on the floor looking north.


Looking back towards the south end.


The choir


E5 on its back on the floor


King Johns tomb,he's the baddie in Robin Hood.


All very interesting,we also went in the library which is well worth the visit if you like documents and books up to about 1000 year old.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

Andy, you'll have to try 360VR photography next

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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

Very impressive. Looks like a safer place than the other with a massage by Lucy.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

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Very impressive. Looks like a safer place than the other with a massage by Lucy.
Haha!

Or, on a more sober note, than the cathedral in Christchurch :9

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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

Great shots gives me some ideas for the 7 - 14.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

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Or, on a more sober note, than the cathedral in Christchurch :9

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Yes Ian. Over 100 have been confirmed dead so far in Christ Church. It's all somewhat sobering with extreme conditions wreaking havoc around the world (& close to home) & then earhquakes to top it off.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

#1 is great, a fine example of the insect's eye view
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

Lovely shots - pin sharp! Sorry to sound pedantic but as Cathedrals were built on an East-West axis (ish), you're north is east, and your west is south. Cathedrals are also great to photograph in the early evening, of course, though without a tripod you have to be inventive with shutter speeds! Incidentally, on the more sober subject, a friend of a friend was helping to dismantle the organ in Christchurch Methodist chuch when the earthquake struck. He was saved becaause the soundboard of the organ fell on him, and he was wearing a hard hat. His two colleagues weren't so lucky, and were both killed. Sobering indeed.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

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Lovely shots - pin sharp! Sorry to sound pedantic but as Cathedrals were built on an East-West axis (ish).
Thanks,yes should have know this.

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Great shots gives me some ideas for the 7 - 14.
I'll 2nd that my 7-14 should arrive next week can't wait .
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

A great set of shots, especially but not exclusively the first.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

some of the best images I have looked at for a while - thanks
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

Superb images, well executed.

You must have taken a while setting them up to get them absolutely right.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

Classy images Andy, all of them.
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Re: E5,7-14,Worcester cathedral

I'm impressed both with the images and the iso of the shots, well done

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