This is a photo looking directly upward toward the ceiling of the Lady Chapel of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral. The chapel was completely empty so I lay down on the floor with my camera pointing directly upward and took this photo handheld......I didn't think at the time that it would be possible to get an unblurred image this way so you can imagine how pleased I was when this turned out sharp enought to be a keeper.
The Lady Chapel was opened in 1910 and was the first element to be completed. It is much more ornately gothic in style than the main cathedral.
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15 mm (35mm equiv.)