practising panorama: inside the Norman church by quietpurplehaze

practising panorama: inside the Norman church

I've now found an option on the camera for 'wide' panorama, which I assume means 'tall' which would have been an advantage for these two shots in the church at the Hospital of St Cross and Almshouse of Noble Poverty

Grey and rainy Sunday today but I shall not complain thinking of everyone, especially fellow 365ers, in USA, grappling with a snowstorm. Stay safe!.
So ornate. Lovely to see the inside, after the beautiful outside photo yesterday.
January 24th, 2016  
bep
Beautiful panorama pictures. It's grey and rainy here too, but the snow has almost disappeared. Saw the snowstorm in the USA on TV last night. Looks horrible.
January 24th, 2016  
Beautifully captured and displayed in this diptych !
January 24th, 2016  
Beautiful panorama shots
January 24th, 2016  
Beautiful panorama shots. You have a grey day, the US is freezing and we in Oz are melting.
January 24th, 2016  
Super! Gives a viral reality feeling.
January 24th, 2016  
Beautiful captures with so many interesting features. Great in panorama
January 24th, 2016  
Wonderful pano captures, lighting
January 24th, 2016  
Lovely captures with the wide view.
January 24th, 2016  
@onewing

C'est la vie!
January 24th, 2016  
You get better & better Hazel....I am in awe! Who needs wide angle with you about!
January 24th, 2016  
Thanks for sharing.
January 24th, 2016  
@happypat

Thank you, Pat! I hope they will be impressed at the photography group!!
January 24th, 2016  
well practiced and nicely done haze
January 24th, 2016  
Lovely panorama pictures!
January 24th, 2016  
They are both beautiful.
January 25th, 2016  
These look like very old structures. Those lovely flowers in the corner of the lower shot add a beautiful touch to the room.
January 25th, 2016  
Stunning collage.
January 25th, 2016  
What a beautiful church. I hope you do some separate panoramas of it as the collage sort of squishes it! The lower picture is really appealing- so peaceful.
January 26th, 2016  
Double take,now that is showing off,no really very well done to you fav:)
January 26th, 2016  
@olivetreeann @stevepam

Trying to be cheeky and get an extra shot into my quota for our photography group next week!!!
January 26th, 2016  
@olivetreeann

p.s. The squash is because I did not use the 'wide' i.e. 'tall' panorama option on my camera - only now discovered it.
January 26th, 2016  
Beautiful shots.
January 27th, 2016  
@quietpurplehaze Your church is really beautiful- how old is it?
January 27th, 2016  
Beautiful panoramic views .
February 8th, 2016  
@olivetreeann

This is the church in the Hospital of St Cross and Almshouse of Noble Poverty at Winchester. It's a Norman church - 11th century. I go to the almshouses a lot as I always find lovely photographic opps and I relish the peace and tranquility. The almshouses are a secular institution but the Brothers who live there have only one duty - to go to morning service every day wearing their robes - this is Brother John who featured in my strangers' series http://365project.org/quietpurplehaze/add-ins/2015-11-18
February 8th, 2016  
I do remember his portrait. The churches and almshouses do sound and look very peaceful. I'm sure I'd be there often too!
February 9th, 2016  
@olivetreeann

We could have a photoshoot - and in the summer, tea and cake in the Hundred Men's Hall.....
February 9th, 2016  
@quietpurplehaze If I was a wealthy woman, I'd be visiting all of my 365 friends on a regular basis! Maybe someday! But that would definitely be fun.
February 10th, 2016  
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