The ‘Whispering Gallery’ set in the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral is one of it’s principle tourist attractions. The accoustics are remarkable. Setting up in the gallery, early in the morning, and before the public arrived it felt like a vast space, with the onion-shape of the dome above giving glimpses of another balcony far […]
Hadrian’s Wall, built on the orders of the Roman emperor Hadrian, marked the northern border of the Roman Empire in the UK. Shot in the summer of 2017.
The Old Church in Amsterdam’s red-light district is a massive building with plenty of space and a feeling of tranquility. In one corner was a floor-to-ceiling white curtain forming a spiral shape. This shot was taken looking straight up at the ceiling.
An HRD image of an archway between two areas at the Hartsfield Manor Hotel, in Betchworth, Surrey. The shot is part of a series of publicity shots commissioned by the hotel in 2018.
Stave churches are of entirely wooden construction, from the floor to the roof tiles. Norway has some exceptional examples of these churches, one of the most impressive being at Heddal.
Guildford cathedral is known for its plain glass windows, but there are a few examples of coloured glass. This is a close up shot showing the texture and bubbles in the glass