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Looking at Ely Cathedral from new angles

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Dhamaka says:

nice - I especially like #1, #3 and #4

1st Dec 2007, 00:01

Euphro says:

Thanks very much :)

The product of hanging around this morning waiting for a shop to open.

1st Dec 2007, 00:04

Dhamaka says:

:)
sadly that seems to be the most frequent way for me to get the time for a new perspective at the moment

1st Dec 2007, 00:05

Caine says:

Lovely series. I especially like 3, 6 and 8.

1st Dec 2007, 00:42

You get an awesome 3D-stereogram effect from looking at #1 and crossing your eyes until the circles overlap.

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1st Dec 2007, 04:38

gill1109 says:

my favourite british cathedral
esp as it appears in that pink floyd video clip High Hopes
esp since I went to cambridge about the same time and occasionaly cycled out to Ely but more often observed the cathedral floating like a battleship in the distance in the fens

1st Dec 2007, 11:11

MaggieD says:

Lovely series ....

1st Dec 2007, 17:48

swamprose says:

There can never be enough perspectives on the Ely Cathedral. It is like some great stone ship.

2nd Dec 2007, 00:26

JokerXL says:

great set!
That's quite a formidable fence there!
The Cathedral in Prague had some mighty window-defences too, what's with that?

2nd Dec 2007, 07:55

Euphro says:

Thank you for all the lovely comments :D

Yes, I love it too and photograph it frequently :)

26th Dec 2007, 00:01

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