Fountain in the Nave, Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire, England.
Salisbury Cathedral, formally known as the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is an Anglican cathedral in Salisbury, England, and is considered one of the leading examples of Early English architecture. The main body was completed in only 38 years, from 1220 to 1258.
Thanks for leaving a comment Joey, it is much appreciated. Steve
what a great image beautifully shot and presented lovely work
First, I couldn't have showed a better pic and I'm always in awe when seeing such beautiful architecture photos. Everything is perfect, also the colorful reflection in the cristal water of the far window. My only wonder is if shooting from a bit higher point of view would have rendered a more balanced image between foreground and background. Now the depth of the fountain is compressed against your eyes as if it would come out the screen, and this is of sure impact but also a little disturbing. From a higher point of view you might have separated it, emphatized the depth of the cathedral while maintaining proportions acceptable for the eyes.
Thank you for commenting starrynight. Best regards Steve
Amazing. Nicely done!
Thanks dr. harout and .Z.
Thank you for commenting eitan1.
I always admire church architecture, and this one is great as architecture and as a photo.
Thank you all for your comments and support, it is much appreciated. Steve
Excellent picture.Very strong visual impact.
It's really fabulous when viewed large, the reflection of the stained glass in the water has so much detail.
Think I'm running out of superlatives. This one is amazing!
A gold medal for this amazing image. And yes, thanks for the caption/note.
Outsatnding shot Steve,
Amazing architecture for sure!
Superb reflex and overall quality
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