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St Paul's Melbourne by Werner Padarin


Small (23.2" x 15.4")

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St Paul’s Cathedral Melbourne, Australia
St Paul’s was designed by William Butterfield (except for the spires) and built in a revival of the style known as Gothic transitional, being partly Early English and partly Decorated. The foundation stone was laid in 1880. and the cathedral was consecrated in 1891. The organ, acknowledged as the finest surviving work of TC Lewis, was imported from England. (Information from Wikipedia).
The architect died during the cathedral’s construction, and the cathedral spires were separately designed and added after the the rest of the cathedral was completed.

Nikon D300 | Nikon 12-24DX @ 12mm
5s f/20 ISO 200 | Raw
Featured in GEMS (30 January 2011)
Featured in New & Old Buildings (8 October 2011)
Featured in Nikon DSLR Users (7 July 2012)
Top 10 in DSLR Users Group “Mouse Eye Views” (3 July 2010)
Top 10 in Favourite Places You Take, Make or Paint “Your Favourite Place Inside” (14 August 2012)
Top 10 in Cover Shots “Churches, Tabernacles and Cathedrals” (14 September 2012)
SOLD: 1 x medium size framed print sold on RB (unknown buyer)

I photograph landscapes and people and mostly anything … just as long as it is in front of the lens and looks good
My images are from Australia, New Zealand and Asia
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  • mttmaliha
    mttmalihaover 5 years ago

    Ah… Werner… you’re at it again— making me stop, look, examine, look again at your work. Wonderfull!

  • thankyou Maureen – it’s entirely my pleasure if you come and view my shots – this church is a wonderful building, deserves any attention it gets

    – Werner Padarin

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 5 years ago

    Magnificent, and an unusual but stunning low angle. Sheer brilliance my friend.

  • thankyou Don – the flooring is so beautiful it needs a low angle, but also when (as mostly) I don’t carry a full tripod I do at least have a table tripod, and when there is no table …

    – Werner Padarin

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    amazing images

  • thanks Scott – it’s an amazing place!

    – Werner Padarin

  • Werner Padarin
    Werner Padarinover 5 years ago

    Thankyou so much to today’s buyer of a framed print of this shot – I hope you (or someone you are intending to give it you perhaps?) get or gets a lot of enjoyment from it. All the best, Werner

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtabout 5 years ago

    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

  • my pleasure

    – Werner Padarin

  • Bernadette Watts
    Bernadette Wattsalmost 5 years ago

    Seems you have a few to submit. Interesting perspective. Bernadette

  • thanks Bernadette – glad you find it interesting

    – Werner Padarin

  • SusanAdey
    SusanAdeyover 4 years ago

    Great composition, Werner and a fantastic looking Cathedral. :)

  • thankyou Susan – it IS beautiful on the inside

    – Werner Padarin

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 4 years ago

    An excellent entry into the DSLR Skills Challenge all the best hope you get lots of votes. Regards, Don.

  • thanks Don – hope so too ;-)

    – Werner Padarin

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 4 years ago

    Many, Many Congratulations Werner You are one of our Top Ten Winners of DSLR Users Group DSLR Skills Challenge Mouse Eye Views Challenge
    Well done my friend.
    A stunning capture and so richly deserved.
    Regards, Don. Host of DSLR Users Group

  • thankyou Don and thankyou to all of you who voted for this – much appreciated

    – Werner Padarin

  • Deborah Lazarus
    Deborah Lazarusabout 4 years ago

    Stunning….just stunning!!!

  • thankyou Deborah, very pleased you like it

    – Werner Padarin

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