Here they are, the last pictures of my trip to England. It was something different, photography wise. My love lies with macrophotography but on my trip I got the chance to try my talents elsewhere, architectural photography! Normally, I just shy away from it, not because I don't like it but it doesn't speak to my "heart" as much as nature does. You have to focus on different kinds of things when you're 'working' with buildings. One of the things I hate when looking at pictures of buildings is lack of... straightness in the picture. Especially when you have really high collumns or towers I really want to have it aligned. Not so much all straight in the picture but I hate it when say, you take a picture of a window with tiny spaces of wall on the sides of them, I really really want the walls to be equally wide on the sides. If not, I can get really cranky. :-D I just spent 5 minutes trying to crop my picture to perfection. Sometimes perfection isn't planning on knocking on your door. Oh well, I had loads of fun taking the pictures and it was good to try something 'new'. And, now that I did try it, I've come to love it.
I'm not really a church kind of gal, at all, but I do appreciate the architecture and the art that lies withing the building. I hope you enjoy my pictures. :-)
the "gate" to the cathedral
And here comes the Canterbury Cathedral!
Anywho, more pictures!