Saturday, October 3, 2009

Here is a black and white photo of St Paul's Anglican Cathedral in downtown Regina. I've always loved beautiful old architecture like this.


(click on photo to enlarge)

20 comments:

Crash said...

Outstanding!

JC said...

Very cool, that looks like it was taken out of ahistory book.

Good_ole_USA said...

You have an amazing eye for photography Guy.

SandyCarlson said...

That is a gorgeous building. The Anglicans know how to do it. So do you.

Irene said...

It's a very beautiful monochrome shot and I love old architecture.

Have a good weekend Regina.

Irene said...

oops I mean Guy...:)

Janie said...

It's a beautiful structure. The black and white brings out its historic value.

Photo Cache said...

stone and brick is a beautiful combination. i love the building.

Mayor Pat said...

A most impressive photo, you bring out the best in our city Guy.

Chriss said...

This is simply beautiful. Have a wonderful weekend.

TOMO said...

This is very beautiful architecture!
It also looks nice with a monochrome photo.
I like this angle.

magiceye said...

marvelous!

Regina said...

Beautiful in b/w.

Lori Skoog said...

All I can say is that you take some of the best photos I've seen! Your sense of composition is outstanding.
....and the subject matter is always amazing... You do come from a beautiful city.

Leif Hagen said...

I love church architecture like that beautiful cathedral, too! Lovely shot!

Amy Bender said...

One of your best to date.

Downtown Child said...

Guy,
I'm chuckling as I type. In our most colorful season you opt for black and white! Excellent!

Ruby said...

this is a perfect shot..thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

You've got some great photos. My great great grandfather was the master builder on St. Paul's (Septimus Alfred Clark) and he was the seventh son, hence the name Septimus. There are still some really good buildings out at the RCMP barracks, if you haven't taken a look yet it would be worth your while.

Devon said...

Septimus was also my my Great, Great, Great Grandfather, and I never knew how beautiful the cathedral was! This is a GORGEOUS picture! The cathedral is modelled after the Warwick Castle in England, which SAC helped to repair after the great fire of 1871. The Warwick Castle is one of the oldest in the world, built by William the Conqueror in 1068 AD!

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