Thursday, 18 September 2008

St Mary's Cathedral

I've featured St Mary's, Sydney's Catholic Cathedral, in several posts - mainly for Sky Watch, and always the exterior. Here are some shots of the interior.

9 comments:

bitingmidge said...

I love the mix of lighting colours in these shots;very effective!

Makes me want to go and hunt up a cathedral, but there's a bit of a cathedral shortage on round here at the moment!

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Ferreira-Pinto said...

This is just fantastic ... you sure got the perfect ligthing!

Julie said...

Terrifically warm colours, Ann. Cathedrals can look so massive and heartless on the outside.

babooshka said...

These are intense warm tones and amzingy uplifting.

Jules said...

Wow - it is so difficult to take interiors when the ceiling is that far away. You have captured it so beautifully!!!

Virginia said...

Thanks for these gorgeous photos of this church.

valeria said...

Hi Ann,
thank you for your comment! As you may have noticed, my VDP is new, so I am totally stunned when I see new comments, from people I don't know. May I ask how you arrived on VDP.
Please come again.
This cathedral looks fantastic. Have you read "The pillars of Earth" by Ken Follet? Surely you have, since you are a book addict. That book changed the way I look at cathedrals!

Hilda said...

Oh wow! It's really beautiful, especially the windows behind the altar. And the lighting is exceptional. Great shots!

Dina said...

Ahh, my favorite place in Sydney! How beautiful she is! Thanks so much for these reminders.