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Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Interior

Posted by
MadScientist (Düsseldorf, Germany) on 26 April 2013 in Architecture.

Sometimes it just works: Santa Maria sopra Minerva is Rome's only true Gothic church (the decor is mainly 19th century, though), and, with the courage of simplemindedness I've taken several shots, largely ignoring the dark interior (it was already evening) and the best places for taking shots of the nave and the important details.

And I've thought by myself: somewhere there must be software that allows me to stitch together this series *click* *click*, probably not that difficult *click* and another one *click*. And ten years, a bit of stitching and post processing later it's looking like this. Not a great one, but it's giving you an idea of this beautiful church.

Phil Morris from Saskatoon, Toronto, Canada

Magnificent, I know that if I was there with you, I would not embarrass myself by taking
a picture also, superb !~

26 Apr 2013 8:48am

franz from Baden, Austria

manchmal lohnt es sich zu warten .... super gemacht, ganz große klasse ! ich liebe diesen blauen himmel ...

26 Apr 2013 6:58pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Beautiful warm colors captured in this interior shot!! And the people help establish the grand scale.

26 Apr 2013 9:50pm

Abena from Illinois, United States

Click click, click and click, some ten yrs later haha, well it does look pretty impressive, the architecture and the lighting is pretty too.

27 Apr 2013 1:26am