Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral was finally completed in 1979, but the foundations were laid in 1884….the building replacing an earlier church that was erected 1817. I took a few shots of this building – for $3 you get a key to the tower roof. Best view in Newcastle, but I didn’t have my camera at the time…..
View of the nave. This is a ‘High Dynamic Range’ image, that simultaneously captures very bright and very dark tones, much like the human eye.
Tower and north transept.
There’s a few very sad-looking gravestones at the eastern edge of Cathedral Park.
This entry was posted on October 16, 2011 by Eye3PhotoDesign. It was filed under Architecture, Photography and was tagged with bricks, cemetary, christ church cathedral, church, eye3photodesign, gravestone, nave, Newcastle, newcastle photography, tower, transept.