July 5, 2011
For some reason, I thought that Sir Christopher Wren’s crowning architectural achievement was a Catholic Church. I suppose it makes sense that it’s not, but I wonder where I got that idea.
St. Paul’s Cathedral is simply awesome. It’s also unlike most other cathedrals in England, something for which it was criticized in its initial years. It is beautiful and clean, bringing heaven to earth under its immense dome. Pity they don’t allow photography in the church anymore. You can, however, still shoot it from the outside – something which I’ve done since my first visit about twenty years ago.
Here are some I took on this visit.
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|Camera: Canon Digital Rebel XT1, Canon EOS 30D, Canon EOS 5D, or Canon EOS 6D • Prime Lenses: Sigma 10mm f/2.8 EX DC Fisheye HSM, Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM, Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM, or Canon EF f/1.2 85mm L USM • Zoom Lenses: Canon EF f/2.8 16–35mm L, Canon EF 24–70mm L, Canon EF 70–200mm L IS USM, Tokina AT-X 124 AF PRO DX 12-24mm f/4 • Processed with Apple Aperture.|