With the fantastic weather we’ve been having recently, I haven’t been taking as many photos, and the ones I did take tend to be harder to process (with the harsher light). So I’m dipping back in the archives for today’s post. We visited Arundel again after a walk in the vicinity a few weeks ago. We didn’t have time to do much, but did visit the cathedral again (R and I had been there before, but my brother had not), followed by a very nice coffee in town (more on that another time, perhaps). This is a working cathedral, the seat of the bishop of the diocese of Arundel & Brighton. At the time we visited there happened to be a choir rehearsal going on (not quite certain which choir though). So I had to take a picture looking up the aisle. Now this is where one starts to miss using an ultra-wide lens on a full-frame body. Next time.
The image was taken handheld as a single exposure. Processing involved the inevitable perspective correction and cropping, and some global curves to adjust the contrast.
As always, you can click on the image for a larger version; comments welcome.