“Western cathedrals and abbeys…through soaring Gothic architecture, [give] us at floor level a sense of belonging within (but unable at the moment to inhabit more than a little of) great spaces of light and beauty, into which, significantly, only our music can penetrate.” – N. T. Wright
All right, so I am not exactly sure what all of that meant, but most of it sounds cool 🙂 (I am open to a few better quotes about cathedrals and awe inspiring architecture if you can find them by the way!)
There are countless gems like this all over Europe. One of the MANY reasons I like to explore this amazing part of the world. Not sure where I captured this one to be honest with you. I am going to guess Ireland. Do you recognize it?
So after last nights post, I thought I would share another “mirror image” creation along with the original file to give you an idea of how I create them. Its pretty simple actually as you can most likely tell. Again, the composition of the original one (below) was the look I was after, but a little later (ok, a couple of YEARS later), it hit me that this was yet another one that might work with this technique. I like to sometimes go in and move a few items on one side to trick the viewer that pixel peeps a bit, so it doesn’t look like a perfect copy, but Ill leave that for another one someday. Ill post a quick tip soon after the season dies down a bit 🙂
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