Monday, 21 August 2017

Inside the Minster

These are a few shots from inside York Minster.  I really like the ones looking up at the ceilings.  I take them by putting the camera flat on its back on the floor and then using the self timer to release the shutter.  You get a few odds looks, but it's a decent method.





Sorry about the lack of details here and comments elsewhere, I have been lain low by a head cold of epic proportions.  And on that note, I'm going to slump by the fire.  Normal service will be resumed asap.  SM

You can find more shots from around the world at Our World Tuesday.

15 comments:

Gordon said...

Great images Stewart, its now hard to believe the place was gutted by fire a few years ago.
All the best, Gordon.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, it is beautiful, lovely details. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and the week ahead.

Rhodesia said...

Fabulous photos but I hope you are very soon feeling better. It sounds like there are a few bugs around in Australia at present!!!! Hope you have a good week despite not feeling on top of the world. Cheers Diane

Missy George said...

It's always good to look up when you have a head cold ;)..Hope you are soon feeling better..Lovely pictures.great restoration!!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

ohhhhhhhhhh hope you get feeling well quickly in a flash like right away

Linda W. said...

Love the ceiling shots! You have a very creative way to capture them.

Fun60 said...

A new angle is always of interest. Hope you feel better soon.

Beth said...

Amazing details of an amazingly overwhelming edifice - York Minster! Hope you feel better soon.

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

Great perspective and details.

Lady Fi said...

Gorgeous shots! The ceilings of churches are often the best bits!

Mary K.- The Boondocks Blog said...

I have always been in awe of cathedrals. They make me seem so small and insignificant, like an ant. Great photos.

Margaret Adamson said...

absolutely fabulous Stewart

carol l mckenna said...

Awesome shots Stewart ~ very dynamic ~ ^_^

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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I hope your cold is better by now -- too much airplane travel lately I bet. That is the neatest method to get those wonderful pictures -- beautiful place.

Mary Cromer said...

Beautiful and I must say I hope that you are feeling much improvement from being so ill by now~