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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 17 Aug 2014, 00:23
Very civilised to have a door for the local cats, Chris.
Chris: I don't think it refers to felines Ray
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 17 Aug 2014, 06:57
Great image, love the reflections and the see through.
Beautiful details.
Chris: One day I will take you to this wonderful place Astrid, Ginnie & you will surely love it
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 17 Aug 2014, 06:57
It is obvious that people can be absorbed into the whole fabric of such a building.
Chris: That is a very reflective comment Comrade, you are clearly remembering to take your medication..
It is a fine place and you have found a very pleasing detail
Chris: What you see in the glass are all reflections, a hint at what you might expect to find within
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 17 Aug 2014, 07:40
Where is the door for the cats? (Ray) - I see only the 'Gothic' windows and the fascinating reflections (look into the giftshop/ the café?) - this part of Salisbury Cathedral is not known to me - I was very impressed with this cathedral -outside and inside!
Chris: I went to Salisbury a couple of weeks ago and visited the Cathedral Philine, naturally I took a lot of pictures but few get posted on Shutterchance because there is no space. The is one of the entrance doors
  • blackdog
  • This Sceptred Isle
  • 17 Aug 2014, 08:51
Some lovely doubling up of images in the leaded glass - even the hi-viz jacket looks good!

A door for PUS (Philine) that Ray is a card ;o)
Chris: Ray Storey is a VERY NAUGHTY BOY!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Aug 2014, 08:58
The breadth of your travels never cease to amaze. I have fiends (yes, strange but true) who live near Salisbury but I've yet to get even into the Close.
Chris: That is outrageous. Get down off those wind-lased freezing mountains and explore the delights of this charming place!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 17 Aug 2014, 09:28
Alan enlightened me about Ray's (typically!) joke. You know I love church cats and I had a special relationship with Louis, the church cat in Wells Cathedral who died a few years ago, sadly. Salisbury Cathedral had many cats since ages, for example "Wolfie gave pleasure to the cathedral staff and visitors for over 16 years, but died after a short illness in November 2011. His memory remains on souvenirs such as fridge magnets bearing his likeness, which were sold in the cathedral shop." I assume there is not any cat or puss now, unfortunately!
Chris: I wouldn't be surprised if there is always a resident Cathedral cat Philine: the Brits do so love tradition..
These are beautiful old windows. These old European Cathedrals are treasures.
Chris: They are indeed Mary, always a pleasure to visit them
Wonderful reflections through the glass, Chris. Such an elaborate design; just beautiful.
Chris: This just caught my eye as I was about to pass through Bev
This is how it was during my only visit to Salisbury, being a Sunday services were being held and so we didn't venture inside.
Chris: Thank you Brian
Very Victorian - I assume?
Chris: This screen might be but the fabric of the building certainly isn't Tom
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Aug 2014, 16:54
What lovely leaded windows
Chris: Gorgeous aren't they: thank you Anne
  • Robbyne
  • United States
  • 18 Aug 2014, 19:05
I just started photographing images in glass windows, I find them to be very interesting
  • CherryPie
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 18 Aug 2014, 23:54
I didn't notice these delightful windows or the reflections on my recent visit. Maybe next time...

This photo is stunning smile
I really like this - the warpy reflections are great!

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