The Stanbury Chapel

This is the place where prayers were offered for the soul of John Stanbury, Bishop of Hereford 1453 – 74.

The Stanbury Chapel

14 Comments CherryPie on Jan 13th 2014

14 Responses to “Hereford Cathedral – The Stanbury Chapel”

  1. Sean Jeating says:

    Your flash produces interesting colours.

  2. ....peter:) says:

    These are superb images Cherie… your chapel is much more elegant than the one that i have been showing this week….peter:)

  3. ubermouth says:

    Beautiful. Is the stonework really green?

    • CherryPie says:

      It is difficult to describe the colour of the stonework, but it did have a greeny tinge from the different sources of light that lit the room.

  4. The crafting skills on display here and in the other posts from this cathedral are wonderful.

    • CherryPie says:

      The crafting skills and the stained glass windows are things that put me awe of Cathedrals and Churches of this magnitude. When looked at more closely they are measured out to precise proportions too!

      Amazing skill.

  5. The ceilings reminded me of Bath Abbey!

  6. J_on_tour says:

    Sharpness, lighting and colours are all great. It’s difficult getting consistently good internal cathedral shots like this. It’s not something I practice regularly but as you said in a comment … you are on a journey here.