A Picture of Wells cathedral

This is a picture of  Wells Cathedral in Somerset, as seen from The Bishops Palace in Wells, which I took on a recent holiday in the region.

Picture of Wells Cathedral

Picture of Wells Cathedral
Picture of Wells Cathedral

It was a murky day when I took this picture in August 2012 and that is obviously captured in the picture. It would have made a more attractive image, if there had been a touch of blue in the sky, but there are at least some nice reflections in the pond and I’m quite happy with the way the trees frame the picture.

The picture was taken in RAW and processed in Lightroom; the other picture metadata is :

  • Camera: Pentax K-5
  • Lens: Tamron 10-24mm
  • Shutter: 1/60sec
  • Aperture: f/11
  • ISO: 160
  • Focal Length: 14mm

16 Replies to “A Picture of Wells cathedral”

  1. all around a wonderful shot, I enjoy the murky sky. The framing of the composition (pine branch, water, path) work very well together with the primary subject (the garden, the cathedral).

    wonderful. first class indeed wot wot.

  2. This is so beautiful. I love the colours, very peaceful and serene. My father is moving back to Somerset, hopefully Ilminster very soon after 39 years, so lovely to see this. Thank you for your “like” on my blog.

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