Medieval feet by pattyblue

Medieval feet

We visited Brecon cathedral and saw these effigies of a lord and lady. Their faces were quite worn away over time but their feet were perfectly preserved.
I really liked the swirls of their stonework robes.
Definitely not something you see everyday - cool shot
September 26th, 2021  
I recognise those feet! Live near Brecon and have admired them when visiting the cathedral. Lovely shot.
September 26th, 2021  
Such an amazing capture, something totally new to me.
September 26th, 2021  
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Good shot
September 26th, 2021  
I've taken quite a few photos of effigies, but never from this pov. What a great idea - fav!

Ian
September 26th, 2021  
Great POV and capture
September 26th, 2021  
Great pov FAV!
September 26th, 2021  
how odd!
September 26th, 2021  
Nice POV to show the feet and folds of their robes
September 26th, 2021  
LOL-lovely capture
September 26th, 2021  
I suppose their feet would look less worn as they don't look as though they have been walking around for a while.
September 26th, 2021  
Love the textures and pov in your shot and the details in the effigies, like those folds you included in the photograph. I also like the lighting and textures on the far wall.
September 27th, 2021  
The swirls on the robe of the one on the right look like serpents. Like the angle of your shot.
September 27th, 2021  
Very interesting
September 28th, 2021  
Makes their feet look quite large
September 28th, 2021  
I never think to look at the feet. This has definitely changed my future perspective. Fabulous spot and capture
September 28th, 2021  
the patterns are surreal - interesting pov
September 29th, 2021  
Great POV
October 2nd, 2021  
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