Monday 25 February 2013


St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne, is one of the world's most magnificent and awe-inspiring neo-gothic cathedrals. This bluestone/sandstone gothic revival cathedral was designed by William Wardell. It was built in stages from 1858 to 1940, when finally, the spires were added. St. Patrick’s is a living monument to the faith and generosity of Melbourne Catholics in the boom and bust years of the 19th century. It provides a place of worship, prayer and reflection in today’s busy world.

The photos were taken early in the morning as I was going to work. The overcast sky provided a perfect backdrop for the sunlit buildings as the sun was rising. The cathedral was almost like it was being gilded by the sun rays...

This post is part of the Nature Footsteps Inspiring Photography meme.


  1. wonderful how you captured the light! :)

  2. Gorgeous! And, the light is so very perfect!

  3. Such a beautiful cathedral, Nick, and your captures are superb! The light is indeed awesome! Have a great week!

  4. Så fina bilder av er Katedral
    Ha en fin vecka
    Kram Meta

  5. Nice with that light hitting it just right.

  6. perfect setting for a shot. Love the sun on teh cathedral with the dark clouds as backdrop. Gorgeous. :)


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