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WOW!!! I love it!!!
🙂 Many thanks, Rachel.
interesting colours, kaleidoscopic
And more people think like you 🙂 Thank you very much.
An amazing photo, Paula. It does look like a kaleidoscope! 🙂
I did not think about kaleidoscope, but I like your comparison Linda 🙂
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Thank yo, Raj 🙂
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Great symmetry, paula. We love it! 🙂
Happy to see you here Hanne 🙂 Glad you guys like it 😀
almost looking at a kaleidoscope great!!!
Brilliant symmetric shot Paula!
I have a confession to make… despite of making it a fake HDR I had to cut it in half and copy the better exposed half. In other words – the left side is the real one and the right side is the copied flipped left side.
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Much obliged 😀
Wow.. this is super gorgeous entry for this week’s challenge 🙂
Great picture Paula 🙂
Thank you, Jithin. In my reply to Cardinal you can see how I did it 😉
Sure will check it 🙂
Very nice and the exposure great!
Thank you, Maria. The exposure got better with the mirror image 😉
Bella la tua spiegazione su come hai elaborato la foto!
Geniale? Io? I wish… I have done it once before on the ceiling of teatro Olimpico in Vicenza 😉
Where was the original left side taken? It appears modern, but with Gothic flare.
In Frankfurt cathedral
niiice. i am wondering…would you care… to share… the secret of… i don’t know how to call it. the square i guess. you split it in half because one half was better exposed. but had the both halves been equally well exposed you wouldn’t have to ‘copy/paste’ one half. how do you get the effect of 4 walls ( or in some photos that i saw – 4 buildings) around photographer (in a way). i don’t know if the question makes sense?
I am sorry it is probably my earache but I don’t know what you are asking. It is not the question of exposure only. Hardly any place or object is perfectly symmetrical on its own.
😉 don’t worry, i’ll find examples to show. in the meantime take care. what on earth did you do to get an earache?
Fantastic image — and great submission for the challenge 🙂
Many thanks, Lola Jane 🙂
Extraordinary shot, Paula. It almost has a vegetal feel, as if the columns are growing like rainforest trees all in a rush 🙂
Amazing photo. Love the lines and colours in this.
I’m glad you like it Raewyn 🙂
🙂 Happy to hear your input, Cee. Thank you very much.
Spectacular symmetry and detail Paula!
Thank you, Patti. I helped it a bit 😉
Ah c’est joli, c’est d’une géométrie “renversante”
🙂 Grand merci, Marc
de rien Paula et en la revoyant je trouve tout parfait dans cette photo, le cadrage, la symétrie parfaite, la lumière, les tons, la bonne focale utilisée qui déforme pas l’architecture, c’est vraiment bien
excellent photo and of course the symmetry of the cathedral is such an architectural success.
Oh – I just read how you did it – very clever and very slack of me not to read the other comments before I posted mine.
🙂 Happy to read you Suzanne
Immensely pleasing. I spent some time gazing at it. Where is it?
I put in tags: Frankfurt Cathedral. Thank you, Hilary
i got dizzy looking up. lol
I don’t blame you 😀
But very spectacular.
High impact symmetry
I’m really glad you like it Scott
Wow that is stunning and like others it immediately made me think of a kaleidoscope.
Cheers Sue 🙂
Symmetry on so many levels! This photo is full of happiness 😉
What a great comment! Thank you so much 🙂
😉 Thank you for your follow today on Forest Garden. Best wishes, WG
Perfection again – on all dimensions of perfection!
An incredible shot. Just wonderful Paula.
I had a feeling you would like it 🙂
It is really good.
Did you mirror it – or manage to get the symmetry in one shot?
I mirrored it 😀
Wow! Where did you take this? This place looks really interesting.
In Frankfurt Cathedral 🙂
Cool! A reason to put Frankfurt on my bucket list =)
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It has a mesmerizing affect just looking at it. Great shot.
Thanks, Seeker 😀
Well selected contribution.
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Gorgeous! Looking so surreal…precise to the tiniest detail! In the first moment I had the feeling of looking in kaleidoscope where the pattern would change the moment I would blink 🙂
Thank you kindly Ese. It is always nice to read you. Funny, several people mentioned kaleidoscope effect and I can see it now though I wasn’t aware of it earlier.
Excellent image, Paula. Love those long windows.. You did a great job, and the music really fits. 🙂
No weird effects on your eyes this time?
Haha. Not this time. 🙂
A truly memorable photo Paula. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Thank you Andrew 🙂
Beautiful colour, light and love the architecture in this building.
🙂 Thank you.
And what a response it is, Paula! Absolutely stunning shot! I am in awe. 🙂
Take care of yourself!
I am glad you have stumbled on this one Jo. Thank you.
Grande foto! 😀
Obrigadissima 🙂 Tinha saudade Nuno
De nada Paula.
Espero que esteja tudo bem.
It seems that we had similar motives in mind 🙂 Thank you DuneLight.
I’m feeling dizzy. 🙂
Not as much as I did while capturing it.
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