Urban landscapes: the chapel in the cathedral

THE LADY CHAPEL, ST. PATRICK’S CATHEDRAL, DUBLIN

Tucked behind the choir aisles in this 800-year-old church is the Lady Chapel. It was constructed in 1270 and used by the Huguenots from 1666 to 1816. Restored in 2013, the Lady Chapel is primarily an area for quiet reflection. I was blessed to be allowed to use a tripod to make a long exposure and show off the architecture in the best possible light.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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