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Cloisters at Canterbury Cathedral by Bob Culshaw

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A 10 frame panorama image of the Cloisters, shot originally in RAW, bracketed -2,0,+2 EV’s stitched in Autopano Pro, tonemapped (Detail Enhancer) in Photomatix Pro 3.2.6, converted to B&W and finished in CS4.

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Canon 400D, Canon EF-S 17-85mm IS USM Lens @ 17mm. ISO 400, f16.

UNESCO Listed World Heritage site since 1988

2509 views 107 favouritings, 26 Features, 1 Challenge Win, 1 Joint Challenge Winner and 1 Top Ten Challenge placing at 24th November 2011

Page 1 of Popular Art 27th February 2010

Featured in ‘England as Scene in B&W’ Group 27th Fabruary 2010

Featured in ‘Around the World’ Group 27th February 2010

Featured in ‘Style, Class and Elegance’ Group 28th February 2010

Featured in ‘Who are You to Judge’ Group 28th February 2010

*Featured in ‘Kent Architecture’ Group 1st March 2010*

Featured in ‘Black and White Photography’ Group 2nd March 2010

Featured in the ‘Escher and Perspective’ Group 3rd March 2010

Featured in ‘Shapes and Patterns’ Group 4th March 2010

Featured in ‘Travel and Adventure’ Group 4th March 2010

Featured in ‘Complex simplicity of Art’ Group 15th March 2010

Featured in ‘Heritage and Other Listed Sites Worldwide’ 20th March 2010

CHALLENGE WINNER in ‘European Beauty in B&W Challenge’ in the ‘European Everyday Life’ Group March 2010

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Featured in ‘Artists of Red Bubble’ Group June 2010

Featured in ‘HDR Photography’ Group 22nd June 2010

Featured in ‘Your Country’s Best’ Group 15th June 2010

Featured in ‘Art and Photography’ Group 23rd June 2010

Featured in ‘Unique Buildings of the World’ Group 23rd June 2010

Featured in the ‘HDR Photography’ Group 26th June 2010

Featured in ‘World Hosting Art’ Group October 2010

Top Ten Challenge finish in ‘Arches, Beams, Trusses, Staircases, Pillars or Columns Challenge’ in the ‘Escher and Perspective’ Group 22nd October 2010

Featured in ‘No More Colour’ Group 23rd November 2010

Featured in ‘Postcards and Destinations’ Group 23rd November 2010

Featured in ‘Art and Photography’ Group 24th November 2010

Featured in the ‘Quality Layered work + HDR’ Group 29th December 2010

Featured in the ‘Solo Exhibition’ Group April 2011

Featured in the ‘English Churches’ Group November 2011

Featured in the ‘Art Universe’ Group November 2011

Featured in the ’HDRI (no holds barred) Group November 2011

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  • Lynne Morris
    Lynne Morrisover 4 years ago

    Wow this is beautiful Bob.

  • Thank you so much Lynne, I appreciate that.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedover 4 years ago

    Awesome work you have done here Bob – it looks fantastic – kind of “grunge” – don’t you think -hint-hint :o)))

  • Thank you Kira for your lovely comment and favouriting. I always appreciate your thoughtful comments. Don’t really think so – but I will! xx

    – Bob Culshaw

  • awefaul
    awefaulover 4 years ago

    Extraordinary light, extraordinary architecture, treated in an extraordinary method to make this, well, extraordinary picture. Perfect!

  • That’s an extraordinarily good comment awefaul – thank you so much – appreciated.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • JacquiK
    JacquiKover 4 years ago

    Wow, fantastic work Bob.

  • Thank you so much Jacqui I appreciate that.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
    Catherine Hami...over 4 years ago

    an instant fave Bob, how did you manage with no people in it.lol x

  • Thank you for you comment and favouriting Catherine. Best time to go – winter, mid-week at lunchtime! Apart from that I was carrying my tripod over my shoulder so it resembled a bazooka! I actually had to ask two other photographers to move! Damn photographers they get everywhere!!! xx

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawover 4 years ago

    This is one of my all time favourites of yours. Sadly the small image here does not do it justice, and it needs to be viewed larger. The detail is stunning. Wonderful composition and editing. Fabulous .
    xx

  • Thank you so much sweetheart. See I do listen when you give me advice! Lots of hugs. xx

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 4 years ago

    Love it Bob, Great capture

  • Thank you Ray, I appreciate that.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Richard Hamilton-Veal
    Richard Hamilt...over 4 years ago

    Stunning work Bob.

  • Thank you so much Richard I really appreciate that.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Richard  Cubitt
    Richard Cubittover 4 years ago

    NIce work Bob, great symmetry and processing :)

  • Thank you Richard, coming from you, I particularly value that comment.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Dave Godden
    Dave Goddenover 4 years ago

    Great image Bob, looks great in b/w.

  • Thanks Dave, I shot it in colour but I thought B&W would do it more justice because of the age of the Cloisters.

    – Bob Culshaw

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