West window of the Liverpool Cathedral – September 2007

If one stands directly in front of the window, you can see the mass of colored glass shards become a picture – the angle here just keeps it as a colorful mosaic.

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2 thoughts on “West window of the Liverpool Cathedral – September 2007

  1. This is the general problem when taking photos from huge windows. I have solved it so that I take many photos from up to down etc. dividing it into many parts. This way I can see all the details.

    Anyway it is gorgeous photo.

    • Thank you very much, both for the kind words and the advice. Yeap, dividing the window would definitely solve the problem (or else, having a DSLR with a good wide-angle lens) – though I also enjoy the soaring sense of upward movement we usually feel in (Neo-)Gothic churches, which a vertical photo would usually preserve better.

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