Lacock Light by pasttheirprime

Lacock Light

This is St Cyriac's Church in Lacock in Wiltshire, more precisely the early 14th century north transept was was then extended in the 15th century to the church standing today.

This was one of those shots where to get enough of the impressive architecture of the ceiling into the frame without a resorting to a handheld pano, I had to shoot it at wide, upward angle, and then dramatically adjust it in post to straighten all the verticals. (If I don't all my 365 pals will torture me with WhatsApp comments on the straightness of my shot for the next week, something I would never do to them ;-) ).

Anyway, hope you like.

Kev @snaggy
Fantastic!!
October 13th, 2016  
Superb! Fav.
October 13th, 2016  
Beautiful use of light!
October 13th, 2016  
Love it in b&w
October 13th, 2016  
The architecture is stunning by itself but the added dimension of the light blade is amazing. Amazing in b&w, too..
October 13th, 2016  
Wonderful, the light is beautiful
October 13th, 2016  
Stunning - and I'm so envious of your ability to get the perspective spot-on ;-))
October 13th, 2016  
Wonderful bw
October 13th, 2016  
So ornate - nice capture
October 13th, 2016  
Great light, symmetry, architectural details
October 14th, 2016  
Outstanding, an easy fav
October 14th, 2016  
Wonderful
October 14th, 2016  
Super light, I love those light trails!
October 14th, 2016  
Beautiful image!
October 14th, 2016  
Gorgeous capture. Love the light coming in through the window.
October 14th, 2016  
Wonderful shot!
October 14th, 2016  
Truly lovely
October 14th, 2016  
Fantastic image!
October 14th, 2016  
Fabulous..what stunning architecture. fav
October 14th, 2016  
Gorgeous!!
October 14th, 2016  
Incredible
October 15th, 2016  
fabulous architecture - and excellent work with the processing... i wouldn't have guessed you had to adjust the perspective!
October 15th, 2016  
Well done!.. I like the light..
October 17th, 2016  
Perfect lighting and detail.
October 17th, 2016  
Gorgeous structural elements. Love the processing choices you made.
October 17th, 2016  
Excellent work.Fav.
October 17th, 2016  
Superb shot @snaggy !! I love the architecture... but you captured its essence so beautifully.
October 20th, 2016  
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