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Saint Giles #5

This is the final presentation in my series this week featuring Saint Giles Roman Catholic Church, Cheadle, and we finish at the High Altar in a triptych style presentation which I hope you like.

There is so much more to photograph in this beautiful church including the side aisles and chapels, the decorative pillars, the Stations of the Cross and so on.  We will definitely go back if we are that way again.

Some of you have suggested I show the pictures on their own. Perhaps, when some time has passed I will pick the best and show one now and then.

A series of 360 degrees views taken inside the Church can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/stoke/360/stgiles/index.shtml    so take a look and in the meanwhile have a good weekend.

 

Saint Giles #5

This is the final presentation in my series this week featuring Saint Giles Roman Catholic Church, Cheadle, and we finish at the High Altar in a triptych style presentation which I hope you like.

There is so much more to photograph in this beautiful church including the side aisles and chapels, the decorative pillars, the Stations of the Cross and so on.  We will definitely go back if we are that way again.

Some of you have suggested I show the pictures on their own. Perhaps, when some time has passed I will pick the best and show one now and then.

A series of 360 degrees views taken inside the Church can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/stoke/360/stgiles/index.shtml    so take a look and in the meanwhile have a good weekend.

 

comments (9)

  • Ginnie
  • Amsterdam, Holland, right now
  • 16 May 2008, 07:56
This triptych may be my favorite of the series, Brian. It is perfect for this High Altar!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ginnie, I rather like this myself.
  • Astrid
  • vacation....on Texel......
  • 16 May 2008, 11:44
Fabulous shot here, so sharp, so full of detail, the lighting is good again, thank you so much for your information, I just bookmarked the link, I will look later, do you know that Tracy is from Stoke too...or are there several with the same name.
Brian Walbey: I'm so pleased you enjoyed this shot, and the others, Astrid, I think you will enjoy the link as well. I think there are several Stokes but Stoke-on-Trent near this church is the big one.
I really like the triptych presentation! Well done Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard, I think it works even though the one picture has been split into three.
I think you have saved the best until last Brian. I have enjoyed this series very much
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill I glad you have found them enjoyable, I enjoyed taking and presenting them as well.
  • tim
  • leeds uk
  • 16 May 2008, 14:43
will have to go along with Bill thoughts Brian, great series and a lot of shots that deserve to be shown on there ownsmile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tim, I have already said I might present a few as singles in the course of time.
Nicely presented Brian, really suits the image. Wells een.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Les, I like this best of the five presentations during the week.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 May 2008, 07:41
Thanks for this series, Brian. I like the way that you have shown the altar here.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Alan, I did wonder about spoiling the lovely altar by splitting it up but on the whole it seems popular.
  • Ellie
  • cold England
  • 17 May 2008, 23:53
I do like this. I know triptychs are fairly fashionable, but it seems so appropriate here, and somehow the individual images look rather like paintings. It's lovely.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ellie, I quite like the concept of triptych's, someone put one in a competition at my camera club last week and it wasn't well received by one or two. I shall therefore put some in later this year to "stir things up."
  • christopher walbey
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 6 Jul 2008, 02:22
how u doing u have the same last name as me and the walbey last name is not very common write for we can talk. we might be related.
Brian Walbey: Well how nice to hear from you Chris, my son is also called Christopher, small world. There are few people with the "e" in the surname as far as I can find out. Are you the Chris on Genes Reunited from Newport, there seems to be a whole family on there. Please feel free to respond if you wish and we can exchange some family details to see if we might be related.

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