The main body of the cathedral is in the Perpendicular Gothic style. James Stanley (warden 1485–1506) was responsible for commissioning the late-medieval wooden furnishings, including the pulpitum, choir stalls and the nave roof supported by angels with gilded instruments. The medieval church was extensively refaced, restored and extended in the Victorian period. The cathedral is constructed of two types of stone. The dark brown sandstone walls are of Collyhurst sandstone formed in the early Permian period and its floors of limestone from the Peak District.
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Royaldevon (43407) 2017-03-16 1:24
I just love photographs, like this, which tell us of two different happenings at the same time, well actually three if we consider the close-up of you and camera!
Have a good day,
jhm (160023) 2017-03-16 6:11
The reflection making your picture very mysterious.
An excellent composition and lovely presentation.
Very well done, TFS.
williewhistler (16492) 2017-03-16 13:43
the reflections of the two ladies as well as the photographer gives an extra dimension to a very well conceived photograph.
The exposure levels are also well handled.
- Copyright: Claude SIMONIN (CLODO) (35754)
- Genre: Lieux
- Medium: Couleur
- Date Taken: 2017-03-06
- Categories: Vie quotidienne, Architecture, Moment décisif
- Camera: Nikon D 90, NIKKOR AF-S 18-200mm F3.5-5.6 G ED
- Exposition: f/1.1, 1/5 secondes
- Versions: version originale
- Thème(s): City reflections [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2017-03-16 1:11