A hand-held shot of the beautiful interior of Buffalo NY’s Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, which was constructed in 1851 in a Gothic Revival style, showing the timber hammerbeam roof.
The shot blends two exposures, one at 1/45th sec. & ƒ4.0, the other at 1/90 at ƒ5.6.
Taken a little later in the morning than the shot of St Pauls on the bridge, this is from the bank on south of the river Thames facing the North of the city. I thought I would take a different view while capturing the Millennium Bridge leading to St Pauls.
A very last minute decision to venture out and make the most of the phenomenon of a lunar eclipse shared with a super-moon. The last time the 2 were witnessed was 1982 – and the next will be in 2033.
Using the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral to add a dash of London, the moon was out in spectacular fashion, an amazing sight indeed