Sunday photoblogging: Reims cathedral

by Chris Bertram on January 31, 2021

Reims- Cathedral



Emma 01.31.21 at 3:16 pm

Super-beautiful photo. Big Piranesi vibes.


Alan White 01.31.21 at 4:05 pm

Delivers big time on a sense of immensity along with really interesting colors.


PatinIowa 01.31.21 at 8:55 pm

When Notre Dame de Paris burned, the first thing I thought of was the museum at Notre Dame in Reims, where they have gargoyles with lead from the melted roof that solidified while gushing out of their mouths.

As we can see here, Reims was rebuilt, and remains impressive:


Dr. Hilarius 01.31.21 at 11:46 pm

Very nice. Maybe I should try going to church more often.


bad Jim 02.01.21 at 5:52 am

It’s rather painterly for a photograph, particularly in the details of the ceiling and the wooden structures in the left foreground. The perspective is hard to grasp, evoking Escher.

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