Steve Oldham Photography

Landscape and Travel Photographer from Manchester, England

Posts tagged ‘cathedral’

Bremen Cathedral

Just before Christmas I spent a couple of days in Bremen, in northern Germany. Here are a couple of images from inside the Cathedral.

Bremen Cathedral Interior Bremen Cathedral Interior and OrganThe Cathedral was originally built in Mediaeval times, but was restored in 1901 after falling into disrepair. It can be found in the Market Square, and is dedicated to St Peter.

As this is my final post for 2013, can I take this opportunity to thank you for following my work, and to wish you all a very happy and prosperous 2014.

Notre Dame

It’s quite difficult to get a good shot of Notre Dame at the moment. It’s approaching their 850th anniversary, and as a consequence a load of temporary seating has been erected on scaffolding in the square in front of the Cathedral.

I managed to take this shot from the bridge onto the Ile de la Cite. Three exposures.

I particularly like the effect of the cloudy skies; little did I know that they would shortly clear to a dramatic sunset – but more of that to come in the next few days! Hopefully the blue scaffolding isn’t too distracting…

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