Leon’s Gothic Cathedral, filled with stunning stained glass. We were told that about 70% of the existing stained glass is original. In the early 1900’s a renovation of the Cathedral almost destroyed this great building. We are glad it is still around to admire. This image was taken with a fish-eye lens. I was teased for bringing it with me on the 800 kilometre walk, one more thing that really wasn’t needed. For the few times I used it, I was more than willing to carry it for architectureal photography.
- Leon Cathedral, Leon Spain (jmeyersforeman.wordpress.com)
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