Urban landscapes: the soaring ceiling


Dublin has two glorious cathedrals and I made it a point to visit both during a whirlwind two-day stay. The light is always dim in these ancient structures, so I made a looong exposure to ensure a well-exposed and tack-sharp picture. The cathedral was founded sometime after 1028; construction of the present church happened in the 1180s and 1350s. Ya, it seems like everything in Europe is a thousand years old. (Check out St. Patrick’s, Dublin’s other stunning cathedral, here: http://wp.me/p2ccTX-UI.)
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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