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Windsor Castle
14-NOV-2013

Windsor Castle

St George's Chapel is fine example of English late Perpendicular architecture

In 1348, King Edward III founded two new religious colleges: St Stephen's at Westminster and St George's at Windsor.
The new college at Windsor was attached to the Chapel of St Edward the Confessor
which had been constructed by Henry III in the early thirteenth century.

FujiFilm X-E2
1/340s f/5.6 at 18.0mm iso200 full exif

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Colin Storey01-Dec-2013 21:02
Wonderful with this light. v
Johnny JAG01-Dec-2013 20:43
Superb architectural study
MarcViskens01-Dec-2013 20:25
beautiful composition
Peter Sussex01-Dec-2013 19:57
You keep friends with the Sun, lighting is awesome on this marvelous piece of architecture. Well done! V
John Hamers01-Dec-2013 17:13
Wonderful capture of this marvellous castle , light is gorgeous !!V
bill friedlander01-Dec-2013 16:56
Wonderful light and detail! That is quite a spectacular building! V
borisalex01-Dec-2013 16:47
Great exposure of the foreground and magnificient building! V.
Walter O. Koenig01-Dec-2013 15:49
Nice exterior shot form this vantage point with this lighting. "V"
Buba Jafarli01-Dec-2013 15:33
Great timing for this capture! V.
Stephanie01-Dec-2013 13:25
Such a pretty and elaborate building! V
Yvonne01-Dec-2013 11:06
Wonderful shot capturing detail, and the light is just right! v
Helen Betts01-Dec-2013 11:05
Beautiful light and excellent detail. I can see why they call it perpendicular! V.
John Reynolds LRPS01-Dec-2013 10:40
An impressive picture that nicely displays the architecture. V.
danad01-Dec-2013 09:23
The details of the architecture are marvelously revealed by the light V.
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)01-Dec-2013 08:57
Fuji-man shooting again,,,great work Martin.Lovely exposure and colors.V
Paolo
Chris Morton01-Dec-2013 08:22
splendid - I hope you got inside?
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