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Clumber Chapel Tower

2009 Retrospective - I had a number of images I took last year that I would have liked to have posted on SC but time didn't allow.  For the time being I am posting a number of these, in no particular order, which I hope you will enjoy.

I have featured images of the chapel at Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire on previous occasions, I felt this was quite a strong one given the extreme angle I am looking up at.

More about the chapel can be found here

This is the final week of this "looking back" series.

Clumber Chapel Tower

2009 Retrospective - I had a number of images I took last year that I would have liked to have posted on SC but time didn't allow.  For the time being I am posting a number of these, in no particular order, which I hope you will enjoy.

I have featured images of the chapel at Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire on previous occasions, I felt this was quite a strong one given the extreme angle I am looking up at.

More about the chapel can be found here

This is the final week of this "looking back" series.

comments (16)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 29 Mar 2010, 01:50
An heroic perspective, well done. Nice one, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Ray.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 29 Mar 2010, 07:52
Bit of a neck stretcher Brian
Brian Walbey: It is a tall tower Tony so I got right down for this angle.
  • chad
  • wherever I hang my mask.
  • 29 Mar 2010, 08:16
What's the point?
Brian Walbey: Or rather where's the point Chad?
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 29 Mar 2010, 08:25
Churches with such tall towers are always a challenge to me, Brian. Bravo for getting this one all in like this.
Brian Walbey: I think I laid on the ground to get this Ginnie, Maureen was elsewhere conveniently smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Mar 2010, 08:42
This is a very strong & fine image Brian: this stone lends itself to photography very well
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris, it is a fine church.
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Mar 2010, 11:02
It seems to have a kind of halo effect - quite appropriate given the sort of building it is.
Ingrid
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ingrid although the halo, whilst apt, is the result of a bit too much Topaz I fear.
Interesting light, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tom.
Wonderful perspective composition Brian. The tones are appropriate!
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Richard.
cool stuff.
perspective has been kept nicely.
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: I played with it in ShiftN before doing the Photoshop bit Rob.
Great processing Brian...Its quite impressive.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Ron.
Great angle.There is lots of detail in the windowssmile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Linda.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 29 Mar 2010, 18:32
Beautiful brickwork, Brian; it really glows in the sunlight. It's an unusual material for spires such as this.
Brian Walbey: The whole church is built from this lovely dark stone Alan.
I like this Brian, and the angle you have taken. I still think you wer lucky to get it all in. Well done.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sheila, shows what can be done laying on the ground!
Gothic is my favourite style. Good shot
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Albert.
Nice contrast in stonework Brian. and thanks for the comments left on my Flickr site.
Brian Walbey: It's a lovely building Les, although they don't allow photography inside, I don't know why.
Great perspective Brian, and lovely rich tones. Thanks for your welcome comments this week
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Pamela.

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