Mid-Week Monochrome #74 – Canterbury Cathedral

A monochrome photograph of Canterbury Cathedral in Kent. Camera Settings Camera:  Canon EOS 600DLens: Canon EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS F/Number:  f/3.5ISO:  3200 Focal Distance: 20mmShutter Speed:  1/15 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom ClassicPhotographer: Ashley Ryan If you want to know more about Lightroom Classic... one blog I do follow is Lightroom Killer Tips... check out how to get … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome #74 – Canterbury Cathedral

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Worship

The devastation of the fire that ravaged Notre Dame in Paris last week, should be a wake-up call, for all our old Cathedrals, Churches and Historic Places.  Money needs to be invested in restoration to make all these places more fire resistant. The above photograph is of one of the alters at Canterbury Cathedral in … Continue reading Tuesday Photo Challenge – Worship

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge – Look Up

Local to us is Canterbury Cathedral, the mother church of Anglian Communion and the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury.  The ceilings within Canterbury Cathedral are exquisite.  The first photo is of a photograph of the Crossing Dome and the image below is one of the many arched ceilings found within the cathedral. And I … Continue reading Lens-Artist Photo Challenge – Look Up

A photo a week – The devil is in the detail

Details are everywhere... no matter where you look. things have detail.  So for Nancy Merrill's Photography Challenge 'The Devil is in the Detail', I thought I would submit two images. My first image is from The Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, London, and was photographed when we went to see 42nd Street. And for my … Continue reading A photo a week – The devil is in the detail