Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

I’ve been waiting for a reason to post to show you the inside of Exeter Guildhall. In May there was an exhibition about the 1942 blitz and I popped in for the first time in thirty years. It is believed to have been built around the late 12th century, with a new front in the 16th and the interior was restored in the 19th century. In my photo you can see the windows reflected in the chandelier and some of the exhibition stands.

There will be hundreds of different interpretations of inside over at the Daily Post.

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/weekly-photo-challenge-inside/

 

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  1. I love visiting these places that were built so long ago! Thanks for the look at this one, Gilly.

  2. Great photo, great opportunity you had to see this. Nice choice for challenge.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  3. Nice reflections…

  4. I love historic buildings and cities, great shot! thank you for sharing.

  5. Very nice. Would have enjoyed seeing more

  6. Neat shot Gilly! Sounds like a wonderful building. Look forward to seeing more pictures.

  7. Lovely chandelier, Gilly.

  8. Great shot. Really nice work.

  9. gorgeous image Gilly…that is the one thing I miss living in such a relatively new country…all thos wonderful old places that seep history out and in to your bones

  10. reminds me of your grapevine story, all the tendrils of the chandelier :)

  11. You are right about the myriad of interpretations — mine was fish! This is beautiful — and thank you for pointing out the reflection. Between your photo and my friend Jean’s (Local Nomad) recent “above” post of a section of the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco (constructed for the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition), I am inspired now to look UP and take more “above” photos, too! The Palace photo is at http://www.local-nomad.net/2012/07/17/imperial-san-francisco/

  12. Great looking chandelier! :)

  13. So stunning photograph ,Thanbks for sharing Gilly :)

  14. Thanks i mean , my keyboard need a replacement he he :)

  15. What a beautiful chandelier! I’d love to see more pictures of the building.

    And yes, so many different interpretations, even airport cows!

  16. Great looking chandelier. ;-)

  17. It’s a very impressive view. I’m very keen to count the number of candles/light bulbs. I like your blog. It’s culturally rich.

  18. Jackie Paulson July 24, 2012 — 5:34 am

    Great photo for this week!!!

  19. I’m glad you pointed out the reflection in the chandelier! Very cool!

  20. It was worth your wait and ours. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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