Possibly the most unique part of the cathedral, if you ask me, are its multi-colored ceiling panels. Perhaps the architect/ artist was channeling his inner-Gaudi, but the ceiling was a very unexpected feature of the otherwise traditional Catholic cathedral. It looks almost pop-arty!
Wow, beautiful pics! What lens do you use?
Thanks! I have a couple – the wide angles were Canon’s 10-22mm. I’ve switched systems since then.
I am looking for a wide angle lens, I haven’t got one yet but I would love to have one for landscape and architecture shots.. Problem is that it’s all so expensive 😉
But it will be worth it. You know you want to. Heh.
Yes, I do! But not having a job yet (just moved to a new city) means this isn’t a very reasonable time to spend a whole months worth of rent on a new lens.. Maybe later this year!
Ah well. Maybe you could rent one for a day trip or something. I get most of my lenses second hand. Save a lot that way.
Great Shot! I like this picture… 😀
Looking at the first picture I could not guess it was a Church ceiling…. great shots
Neither can I! I have problems believing even when the set is put together.
I remember being bowled over when we walked in there! It’s extraordinary. And you’ve captured it beautifully.
Thanks – we were blown away too 🙂
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That ceiling is a work of art in itself, and you captured it in ways that make it even more so.
Thanks! Still looking for the meaning behind this very non-traditional ceiling. No luck so far..
Such beautiful shots and architecture, thanks for sharing!
It was my pleasure 🙂
these are very cool. Nice angles, and the ceiling panels are really wonderful.
This ceiling is just magnificent!!