Gothic Cathedral – Barcelona

Gothic Cathedral - Barcelona

Gothic Cathedral, Barcelona

In Barcelona, after work was done with, got time to just be a tourist and do a lot of sightseeing. On a Friday evening, walking past the Gothic cathedral, the doors were open, and I got to go in. This cathderal, full name \’Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulalia\’ is the first church in Europe I have visited and I was blown away at how gorgeous the interiors are – the soaring vaults and transepts – amazing – and the decorations and carvings (and bling) inside this gothic cathedral is indeed elaborate. I found out that this cathedral is dedicated to St.Eulalia, a co-patron saint of Barcelona who achieved sainthood by being tortured by the Romans when she was a young virgin of 13!

Processed in lightroom – almost no adjustments except bumping up the contrast a little bit and bringing the saturation down.

Other photos from Barcelona:
By La Rambla – www.suprada.com/photoblog/archives/2183
Pillars – www.suprada.com/photoblog/archives/2192
Arches – www.suprada.com/photoblog/archives/2198
Technical Details:

Camera: Olympus E-PL3
Exposure: 1/40s at f1.7
Focal Length: 20mm
Lens: Panasonic Lumix G 20mm F1.7 ASPH
ISO: 400
Date: March 02, 2012

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  1. beautiful composition and editing. keeps taking me to the ceiling again and again. Just wish the Green plastic on the left was not so bright. Loads of clarity and detail.

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