Chapel of St. John's College, Cambridge

Yhun Suarez

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Nikon D60, tamron 10-24 mm lens @ 12 mm, handheld, UV filter, f/9, 1/300, ISO 100.
single RAW file tone mapped in Photomatix.
adjustments in PS.

The Chapel of St John’s College is entered by the north west-corner of First Court, and was constructed between 1866-9 in order to replace the smaller, mediaeval chapel which dated back to the 13th-century. When in 1861 the College’s administration decided that a new building was needed, Sir George Gilbert Scott was selected as architect. He had recently finished work on a similar project at Exeter College, Oxford, and went about constructing the Chapel of St John’s College along similar lines, drawing inspiration from the Church of Saint Chapelle in Paris. (Info source: Wikipedia)

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