09.08.07

Canterbury Cathedral

Posted in General, Landscape, Travel at 6:00 pm by Warren Williams

Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, is one of the oldest Christian structures in England. With history going back 1400 years, the architecture of this amazing cathedral cannot be compared to anything else. Several hours could easily be consumed in looking through every nook and cranny, and visiting the library of 30,000 books. In the limited time I had, still managed to view the main galleries and prayer rooms.

Canterbury Cathedral Gloomy Day
Tower of Canterbury Cathedral is 72 metres high

Canterbury Cathedral dramatic skies
Moody Skies, over Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral Courtyard
Grave in the Canterbury Cathedral courtyard


The very high ceilings, with splendid architecture


Sheer scale of the internals is impressive

Two months have passed now since landing in the UK, and so far quite relieved to have seen many wonderful sights. The next few months will be interesting, with light rapidly fading away, as autumn and winter approach.

2 Comments »

  1. amani hamed said,

    September 10, 2009 at 10:02 am

    very impressive indeed.. love the wide angle and the clarity of the photos without using flash.

  2. Warren Williams said,

    September 25, 2009 at 10:36 am

    Thanks Amani. It’s amazing to think what digital technology has done over recent years to allow such high detail, and noise free shots. Very suitable for wedding photography in low light 🙂

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