After the disappointment of last weeks shots, I was determined more than ever to stay positive and to keep trying my best in whatever/wherever I am shooting.
The pictures I have managed to produce this week I am more confident with and am happy with the results. I am defiantly learning from my mistakes!
This weeks offering is from (as the title suggests) Lichfield Cathedral. Apparently this Cathedral is the UK’s only medieval cathedral with three spires. I took a couple of shots to demonstrate this.
The sky was grey and with the slight mist around the West midlands at the weekend, everything was damp, this just added to the dominance that the Cathedral eludes to the surrounding area.
The Cathedral itself felt quite imposing. The architecture of this place (inside and out) is outstanding. I cannot even begin to fathom how this place was created, I was just in awe of it.
Mixing the modern with the traditional as you walk into the Cathedral, you cannot help but notice a huge light installation. This is an art exhibit for Advent (part of Cathedral illuminated) from artist in residence Peter Walker in collaboration with local schools and people from the Diocese.
It is hard not to be inspired by the Cathedral, the architecture, the grand ceilings, stained glass windows, ornate decorations and the light exhibit all offered shots to be had.
I must admit I was not previously aware of this magnificent location to shoot at, it was recommended to me. What an absolute gem of a place, I am very glad I listened.
Following on from Lichfield Cathedral, I am going to research and make a list of local locations to potentially shoot. I am hoping to find a few more surprises. .