Here in Goulburn, we are proud to have an Anglican Cathedral, St Saviours, set on a large area of land in the heart of the city. The Cathedral’s foundation stone was laid on the 15th January, 1874 with the construction expected to last at least 10 years. Efforts are still being made to raise the necessary funds to complete the spire, a part of the original plans but never erected.
The cathedral’s architecture is unique, with only one other example of its style, located at Bendigo in Victoria, Australia.
The following image is in infra red, ideally suited for architectural photography. The camera used was converted to only make infra red images by Life Pixel of Mukilteo , WA, 98275, USA. My only relationship with Life Pixel is that of a highly satisfied customer.
4 thoughts on “PHOTO101 DAY 12 ARCHITECTURE & MONOCHROME”
How lovely! Using infrared makes the cathedral appear almost like a model
Yeah, thought so too. Looks beautyful dreamy..
Wow! Such a dramatic image!
Thanks, I’m glad you liked it. Infra red is fun.
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