Yesterday you saw this chandelier from afar, but I thought I’d dedicate it a more unconventional view in a separate post. Making such an image always takes a few attempts and sometimes I wish I could see myself. Must be a pretty stupid posture 😀
The church in Latschach in southern Carinthia has another modern Lenten veil created by Valentin Oman, just like the one in Eisenkappel/Železna Kapla.
It’s not a tiny church, but it is far from big either. What makes it look huge, is primarily the power of the mighty Olympus 7-14/2.8 PRO. The second image, at an effective 24 mm still wide, gives a view more in line with what you see while you’re there.