300 Textured

I thought maybe the filigree of this stonework on Canterbury Cathedral would show an unusual textured substance.

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13 Responses to 300 Textured

  1. lsvejda says:

    Beautifully intricate stonework.

  2. danudin says:

    No modern Texture in England Howie?? LOL It is also good for repeating patterns too Great cropping. Too.

    • 4howwie4 says:

      Oh shucks! Never thought of that Repeating patterns, and all the modern textures I could have used.
      Ah well teach me not to be clever with my interpretations.

  3. That is very beautiful stoneowork. Lots of textures and repeating patterns that make for good composition.

    • 4howwie4 says:

      This is one of the finest in England.
      The finest is on Salisbury Cathedral, I was priveleged to go to the top of the spire during the 90’s renovations with the ‘Keeper of The Fabric’ what an inspiring time, shame I didn’t have a camera.
      The spire is 404ft tall and was only accessible up the scaffold.
      Don’t Look down! I did.

  4. jackscrap says:

    Amazing details in the stonework, must be a bother to maintain.

  5. Tammy says:

    Great textures and fabulous tiny details!

  6. traceyjj says:

    Lovely stonework. I was hoping to go there last year when my website partner lived down there… These old cathedrals are truly outstanding arent they.

  7. 4howwie4 says:

    I think my favourite is Salisbury.
    With Canterbury you can stand for hours just looking at the carvings, even before going inside.
    I find it hard to imagine that this was how the peasants understood the Bible through the windows and carvings before reading was common.
    If you can you really must go there, but make sure you have your camera.

  8. KarenAnn says:

    Amazing details and to think it is carved in stone! What artisans those carvers were! Glad to see your great photo of it.

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