Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Guildford Cathedral double Takes

I stayed  overnight after talking to Guildford Photographic Society yesterday, and decided to pay  a brief visit to Guildford Cathedral before driving home this morning. It is a modern building,designed by Edward Maufe and not consecrated til 1962. I liked the very light and sparse interior and spent a bit of time on double exposures with the Fuji. The first one is my favourite - a wall light added to an arch with a window. Unfortunately the whole of the nave ceiling has to be replaced due to the deterioration of the acoustic plaster on the ceiling vaults, which contains asbestos.  

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