Mark Rolfe Fotografie

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Salisbury Cathedral

Another shot looking down through the cathedral. Well worth a visit for anyone interested in historical architecture. One of the first photographs taken on my new EOS 80d. Lens at this time was a Tamron 18-200mm. A nice lens, but no more as I traded it for a new Sigma.

Canon EOS 80D

TAMRON 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 DiII A14E
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/200
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 23rd January 2017
  • Uploaded: 6th May 2017
  • Category: Buildings-architecture
  • Views: 67

  • Cristiana Simões
      4 months ago
    • richy_m
        4 months ago
        I like the perspective here. Good work.
      • Mark Rolfe Fotografie
          4 months ago
          Thanks Gareth. It was a weekday late in the afternoon. I was lucky to catch a gap, as about five minutes later a coach party came in.
        • gareth_hill
            4 months ago
            Wonderful Shot love the lighting in the roof, However how did you get the shot free of tourists?
          • Mark Rolfe Fotografie
              4 months ago
              Thanks Sitaram. Much appreciated :)
            • Sitaram Kattel
                4 months ago
                wow, great photos collection.
              • Mark Rolfe Fotografie
                  4 months ago
                  Thank you. Most impressed with your work too, and looking forward to seeing more from you. Keep up the great work!
                • 6okolad4e
                    4 months ago
                    Wonderful capture!