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.
October 16, 2011 | Categories: Architecture, Photography | Tags: bricks, cemetary, christ church cathedral, church, eye3photodesign, gravestone, nave, Newcastle, newcastle photography, tower, transept | Leave a comment