When I visit England one of my favourite activities is to visit the great churches.
Where permitted I like to photograph inside.
I never use flash. First, I wish to demonstrate my respect for the sanctity of the building.
Second, there is already such beautiful light available that using flash would only disturb it.
In this image I’ve captured the beautifully ornate ceiling of the Chapter House at Yorkminster.
I marvel at the beauty; the artistry; the workmanship; the efforts it would have taken to create a ceiling on such a grand scale several hundred years ago.
Just how did they do it?
What’s even more incredible is that it’s still here for all of us to enjoy.
And I share my vision of it with you …
Thanks for visiting …
©Dorothy Chiotti, Aimwell CreativeWorks 2013