View allAll Photos Tagged liverpool
Named after that area of Liverpool.
HDR photography by Timothy Selvage inside Our Lady's Chapel, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Church. This was a great place for photographic opportunities. This perspective shows how I was able to take this picture www.flickr.com/photos/timothyselvage/10883187334/ for those who were curious.
Liverpool Cathedral Church is the longest cathedral in the world, the 5th largest in the world that the largest in the UK. It is relatively young, being completed in 1978. It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott. The Lady Chapel (pictured here) was the first part of the cathedral to be pictured and is actually larger than many parish churches.
You can also find me on Facebook and G+ so let's hook up and exchange.
For more information on this cathedral: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liverpool_cathedral
panorama shot inside the catholic cathedral
Liverpool cathedral interior. The huge neogothic nave viewed from the choir. England
This is a shot of the ceiling of the Central space in Liverpool Cathedral, England.
3 Shot HDR. Processed in Photomatix and Photoshop.
second attempt at this shot.
better sky i think this time round.
Wild weather over Liverpool tonight as seen from Hale village (about 8/10 miles from the storm)weird colour sky.
Wikipedia: - Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, OM, FRIBA (9 November 1880 – 8 February 1960) was an English architect known for his work on such buildings as Liverpool Cathedral and Battersea Power Station.
He came from a family of architects. He was the son of George Gilbert Scott, Jr., the grandson of Sir George Gilbert Scott, a nephew of John Oldrid Scott, and brother of Adrian Gilbert Scott. Architect Richard Gilbert Scott was his son. Scott was noted for his blending of Gothic tradition with modernism, making what might have been functionally designed buildings into popular landmarks.