Inside Canterbury Cathedral
I have been quiet of late because of an expedition to England and Austria. Which from New Zealand is a far distance to fly. The main event was a symposium at the University of Kent. This had the advantage of being in Canterbury, so with some time to spare, I visited the Canterbury Cathedral.
The Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and an impressive structure. The shots taken in the interior were with my Sony a900 and a 20mm prime lens. This is about as wide as I can go with my current kit, and the relatively small size of the 20mm lens is pretty travel friendly. But the Cathedral is really something that does not suit cellphone cameras very well. The scale of the cathedral is impressive and the history of the place profound. So, here's a sample of shots from the inside.
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