Friday, October 29, 2010

27 comments:

hope and love said...

wow..!! very soothing.. would like to sit there quietly forever..

magiceye said...

wow love the lines!

Photo Cache said...

how graceful and elegant are those arches.

Jacob said...

In ancient times these columns would have reminded folks of their belief in a firmament holding up the sky...

Nicely done.

Paresh Palicha said...

Good angle :-) which place?

Amrita said...

Th e columns and arches remind me of our Cathedral here.

Very beautiful

Zuzana said...

Beautiful and grand, instigating a feeling of space and symmetry.;))
xoxo

Quint said...

Old architecture sometimes (well, almost always) rocks!

eden said...

Lovely shot. Great architecture.

Ash said...

Thanks for your comments everyone.

Paresh - This is the Chapter House inside the Bristol Cathedral.

Trotter said...

Fabulous gothic!!

Standley said...

Very nicely capture with the symmetry. I like the tones!

don said...

The arches and curves in this interior shot make a fine subject for this shot. Excellent detail and color show it off at its best advantage.

Rajesh said...

Fabulous shot. Love those arches.

Maddy said...

Achu,

Guess you are setting your standards each time you click picture. Awesome.

Annie said...

Arms of stone lifting
reaching for the God of all
meeting to unite.

London Caller said...

Perfect symmetry.

Jeevan said...

looks quiet, tidy and nice! lovely captured ash :)

Luke said...

Wonderful symmetry!

cindy said...

hello,
What a nice view...
i would like to follow your blog since I'm just new in blogging hope it's ok with you... thank you so much!

Joy said...

Speaks of history and solid ground. Interesting.

Hope you have a great start to your week!

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माधव( Madhav) said...

beautiful

Trotter said...

Hi Ash!
After four posts, Blogtrotter Two is leaving Algiers 2009... Enjoy and have a great week ahead!

ladyfi said...

What a marvellous starfish shaped ceiling!

George said...

You've captured this vault beautifully. This is a stunning photo.

Loz said...

I was going to ask where it was then read the comments and saw you've already answered the question :)

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Beautiful photo and grand architecture.

Darryl and Ruth : )