This post is the 2nd in series of images of Paris taken in 2021, the first was #1103 Scenes of the Seine
Churches are something I visit reasonably often, not for worship, but to enjoy the solitude and admire the architectural, workmanship, beauty and splendour. I sometimes sit and ponder just how they were constructed with the tools available centuries ago. The engineering and decorative skills are a tribute to their ingenuity.
I’ve decided that I’ll allow these images speak for themselves
Without windows there is no light and as photographers that is important.
Pascal O, asked could I provide lens data in future posts, unfortunately my Nikon Z7 doesn’t get full exif data for the Voigtländer Lens.
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#344. On location: Gloucester Cathedral (When Harry met Hermione)
#11. Cambridge Round Church
#1147. Un-destination Amiens
#1146. Paris with only Parisians
#1145. Caramella d’occhio Italiano, capitolo due (Italian eye candy, part two)
#1144. La Ciotat: From gigayacht shipyard to shipwreck and back
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