Friday, January 13, 2012

A single grateful thought towards heaven is the most complete prayer - Gotthold Lessing

Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff

44 comments:

ladyfi said...

Wonderful light and composition. And such a lovely quote too.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

Wonderful quote. I love the shot, very majestic.

Rahul Bhatia said...

Ash,A perfect caption for the lovely cathedral! A clear path to heaven:)

magiceye said...

this is spectacular!

Lowell said...

Nicely done, Ash! 'Tis a gorgeous building and the light against that sky is about perfect!

Emm said...

What a beautiful photo! I love that gorgeous blue sky and, of course, the quote and cathedral are both lovely.

Heh, we just crossed paths! I got your comment on my blog while I was on your blog!

Annie said...

Beautiful Ash, and uplifting :D

I don't know if you're ever tempted to take photographs of the sky but if so you might be interested in Project :: Sky 365
http://www.flickr.com/groups/1856130@N20/

Brian Miller said...

nice...love how the lines of perspective draw your eye up as well...it plays well with your quote...

Jeevan said...

Great perspective and photo!

George said...

I like the perspective of this photo, but the sky (and cathedral) is beautiful as well.

Leovi said...

Yes, undoubtedly beautiful cathedral, nice frame.

R Niranjan Das said...

Gorgeous pic. Loved that angle Achothy..

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Joop Zand said...

Very nice composition and lovely light.....it's a good photo Ash.

Greetings, Joop

Filip said...

It looks lie a nice church. I have never been in Cardiff.

Greetings,
Filip

Viola said...

Gorgeous picture!! And so nice with the words, that's true.. :)

A beautiful cathedral.. I think I've been in Cardiff once.. by brit rail.. but it's many many years ago! :) A nice town also, I can remember.. :)

Have a lovely weekend! :)

Team G Square said...

Awesome ...

~*Princesa Fiona*~ said...

Stunning shot, Ash!!! I ♥ cathedrals!

Kalyan said...

Simply beautifully captured shot...lovely perspective & lighting!

ashok said...

looks so majestic with a clear sky background...nicely captured

sm said...

nice shot

Lynne said...

Beautiful angle.

SandyCarlson said...

Indeed! Wonderfully impressive photo.

Margie said...

I love cathedrals and your shot is just awesome, Ash.
And the quote is beautiful!

Thank you!

....peter said...

Hello Ash it has been a while since my last visit... i like your picture and your prayer....peter:)

Annie said...

Beautiful and uplifting.

Krunal said...

wonderful POV and light

Dave King said...

The thought is on a par with the image - which can also be a complete prayer, come to think of it. Excellent post.

sandeep said...

lovely image of a lovely building!

P.N. Subramanian said...

The towers look superb. Beautifully captured.

Zuzana said...

Dear Ash, beautiful capture showing off the incredible Gothic architecture and the quote compliments the image so very well.;))
xoxo

Rajesh said...

Great looking place with nice architecture.

Crafty Green Poet said...

beautiful building! I like the angle of the photo

Ruby said...

wonderful shot of the cathedral.

Amrita said...

Glorious sight

London Caller said...

Stunning architecture!

Shammickite said...

Beautiful blue sky, beautiful sun on the ancient walls.

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Magnificent church spires looking up to the heavens

Photo Cache said...

I would have to borrow that quote for facebook or blogging.

The image is wonderfully composed.

Krishna said...

beautifull...

Indrani said...

Fantastic POV!

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I love Gothic style. It is wonderful.
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Siddhartha Joshi said...

Lovely Ash...reminds me of this tall church in Mysore...Philomena's church or something...