Chandelier

Tuesday, May 30 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Zoom, aperture at f2.70, shutter speed at 1/15 sec., focal length of 34mm, no-flash, ISO 140


An old chandelier inside an old church. How old? Since the 1600s, I believe.

5 comments:

ipanema said...

Up close and personal. :) Well, am not about to ask the weight, but the chandelier looks heavy, suspended in a thin chain of support. I think it's a perfect shot, the equal margins on both sides.

Jean said...

1600 to 1650 about ..
Je préfère le Roman ou le Gothique .

John Prior said...

Another good interior. Well composed and shot.

cergie said...

Le pendule de Foucault au Panthéon à Paris.
" Et pourtant, elle tourne !"

Emer said...

Il ressemble au pendule de Foucault? Mais celui-ci ne balance jamais… Je pourrais courir si il tombe. :)

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