Urban landscapes: where the ladies gathered
LADY CHAPEL, ST. PATRICK’S CATHEDRAL, DUBLIN
This glorious cathedral was an unexpected gift because I was allowed to use my tripod. That meant taking all the time needed to carefully compose scenes like this and making long exposures to preserve the sweet, subtle lighting.
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Nikon D7100, tripod.
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Fantastic photo, Frank. I love all the lines in this, emphasized by the B/W. How fortunate you could use your tripod. Gorgeous cathedral.