While digging through my archives, i realised i have many unprocessed pictures! One of it is this one. It was taken early this year if i'm not mistaken. These are the interiors of the St Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin Ireland. It was taken at the far front part of the church or known as the Choir section. The cathedral served as the Chapel of the Most Illustrious Order Saint Patrick but now the installation ceremony has been moved to Dublin Castle in the blue decorated St. Patrick's Hall. Above the choir stalls are the heraldic banners of the knights at the time. The floor in this cathedral has a similar arrangement and patterns like the one in Christ Church Cathedral
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Tone Mapped HDR
5 exposures +2,+1,0,-1,-2 at aperture f/6.3 @11mm
Post processing and Adjustments in photoshop