Articles - May, 2013

High Altar of Ely Cathedral

This is the last image from my series of images depicting the ornate Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, England.  Featured in this image is the high altar.  We spent a wet, gloomy afternoon inside the cathedral, where the very elaborate architecture was a pleasure both to view with one's own eyes, as well as photograph.  I [ continue reading ]

Tel Aviv Twilight

On our last night in Tel Aviv on this most recent trip (the second to Israel in 2013), I was determined to capture an image of Tel Aviv during the evening twilight.  We headed to Yafo earlier in the evening before golden hour, where I captured a number of images in the warm light, before [ continue reading ]

Golden Tel Aviv

We have visited Tel Aviv twice in 2013, and I had been wanting to capture an image of the Tel Aviv skyline against the Mediterranean Sea from Yafo.  On our last visit, we ran out of time and decided to give it a try on the next visit, which was already being planned.  On our [ continue reading ]

Great Hall of the Natural History Museum

One of the interior scenes I wanted to shoot on our recent trip to London was the Great Hall of the Natural History Museum.  It is one of those iconic interiors, and certainly appealed to me for both its architectural beauty and its photographic potential.  Knowing that tripods are not allowed in the Natural History [ continue reading ]

The Octagon

A view of the magnificent interior of Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, with its distinctive central octagonal lantern tower (colloquially known as 'The Octagon').  We spent a wet, grey afternoon inside Ely Cathedral, where I captured a series of images of this very ornate 11th-13th century cathedral [ continue reading ]

Ely Cathedral from the Outside

Ahead of our recent London trip, I knew we would be visiting the city of Ely in Cambridgeshire, which is not far from the home of a friend of mine, whom we had planned to visit, and with whom we had a great day.  I was very much hoping to photograph the interior of the [ continue reading ]