A rework of a 10-frame stitched panorama taken inside Washington National Cathedral. The main nave aisle extends westward down the center,
while the south and north transepts appear to the left and right, respectively, though they are each built 90-degrees perpendicular to the nave.
The dark netting hanging below the 100' high vaulted ceiling is a safety precaution since the Aug. 2011 earthquake, to catch any small debris.
This photo is now available as a matted print, sold through the Cathedral Store.
Uploaded on 1/25/2013 6:30:06 AM
Made with Canon EOS 7D Digital SLR Camera