Thanks for visiting. Please feel free to leave comments/criticism, either good or bad. I'm still learning and any advice will be much appreciated.
Beautiful church and organ picture. Lovely light.
5 Jan 2009 12:56pm
Lovely church shot, and the sound must be awesome....!
6 Jan 2009 1:46am
@Observing: Couldn't get to see what organ was attached to them but I bet it wasn't a Stylophone :-)
Beautiful processing and image.
I love church organs.
Many years ago I got to have a play on an amazing beast.
Had never played one before and was gob smacked at how it felt to sit in the stool and have control of this music monster.....
I also went brain dead..........
I could make an abomination out of a few classical piano pieces but could not think of a note of any..........
So being a lover of Heavy Electronica (Metal didn't even exist then) I pulled out a whole heap of stops that I thought might mean more bass and louder and played................
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star !!!!!!!
My mate the organ meister jaw physically dropped..........
I'm not sure even God, bless her soul new what to make of what the Cathedral was thinking.......
6 Jan 2009 4:39am
@Grahame: :-) I play electronic organ but had the pleasure of being invited by a friend attached to the church, to have a look at a large installation with pipes that stretched from here to eternity (or so it seemed to a short-arsed 15 year old. I remember the strange effect of playing a note and the sound appearing half to a full second later!! Very off putting. The deepest bass note was a 32ft tuba which shook everything and sounded as if the gates of hell had been opened and the hordes were rushing through!! Great though :-)
Ha ha what a great title. Absolutely amazing architecture, and I loved your response to Grahame, thoughts of the gates of hell in a church had me laughing. Neat work Lordspudz
6 Jan 2009 6:21pm
@EYES WIDE SHUT: :-) Thanks EWS
Beautiful shot! The light is fabulous!
7 Jan 2009 12:45am
@Jen: Thanks Jen
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