St Johns Cathedral Brisbane Australia by PhotoJoJo
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View looking up to St Johns Cathedral, sitting high up on the cliff. A beautiful Old Church in Brisbane City.

The cathedral was designed in the Gothic revival style by John Loughborough Pearson, one of England’s leading church architects of the late 19th century and bears similarities to Truro Cathedral in Cornwall, also designed by Pearson, although the architecture of St John’s is more decidedly French Gothic in inspiration.

The cathedral also possesses a four manual pipe organ, the largest cathedral organ in Australia, which hosts many recitalists from across the world:
(Wikipedia accessed 13/5/2012)

Camera Pentax k7
Lens 11-18mm

Joanne is a Melbourne photographer who undertook a Bachelor of Photography at Queensland College of Art, majoring in Photographic Art Practice. Her favourite subjects include landscapes, seascapes, national parks and gardens, and urban cityscapes.

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  • Jane Neill-Hancock
    Jane Neill-Han...over 2 years ago

    Just beautiful!!! a favorite.

  • Thanks so much Jane, I’m only new to Redbubble so support and encouragement such as yours is so greatly appreciated
    Jo xx

    – PhotoJoJo

  • PhotosByG
    PhotosByGalmost 2 years ago

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