St. Finn Barre’s Cathedral. Cork, Ireland. The cathedral was built in the late 1800s, but by that time, Christian worship had already been offered on the site for 700 years. Many people died there as it was beseiged and fought over. I like to think the dog, and those carved guardians on the wall, are keepers of the many souls which had been lost, or which were buried in the cemetery.

Comments

  • GerryMac
    GerryMacalmost 7 years ago

    Excellent detail in this capture Nikki!

  • HenkStolk
    HenkStolkalmost 7 years ago

    Wonderful architecture

  • elliewinds
    elliewindsalmost 7 years ago

    great image. love the rich tones of the architecture and have to admit – the dog makes the shot!

  • Dave Sandersfeld
    Dave Sandersfeldalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing! great capture

  • papam
    papamalmost 7 years ago

    Exellent work!

  • Michael Oubridge
    Michael Oubridgealmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful stonework, love the collie :)

  • petelangman
    petelangmanalmost 7 years ago

    lovin the dog… all that beauty and the dog smells the floor… brilliant

  • Nikki Trexel
    Nikki Trexelalmost 7 years ago

    peter, i love your comment and interpretation…i might be inspired to change the name of the photo. would definitely shed a different view of the scene. thanks!!

  • aneta
    anetaalmost 7 years ago

    fantastic picture

  • SandeElkins
    SandeElkinsalmost 7 years ago

    Outstanding! Gorgeous detail and the dog is such a nice, whimsical addition:-)

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