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word processing in Storkyrkan

Storkyrkan is known as The Great Church. The pulpit, here seen from below and created by Burchardt Precht in 1680, isn't half bad either. He was also the man behind this.

Storkyrkan, Gamla stan (map) 1 November 2009


Vogon Poet said...

This pulpit is wonderful and perfect for this gorgeous chirch.

Leif Hagen said...

What a magnificent photo of a heavenly pulpit! I'll have to go inside again the next time I'm in Stockholm! Valdigt bra!

B SQUARED said...

All I can say is, "WOW!"

Halcyon said...

I like your angle on it.

cieldequimper said...

Gorgeous, stunning!

Per Stromsjo said...

I'm sure that loudspeaker it there for a reason but it really doesn't belong in this picture, methinks.

Vogon Poet: Gotta agree.

Leif Hagen: Appreciate that. Yes, do find some time to step inside.

B Squared: They don't make'em like this anymore.

Halcyon: Thanks, I did like this angle. After all, why do I keep dragging a tripod around? :)

cieldequimper: I was wondering - with this wealth of artistic decorations, however could anyone concentrate on what's said from up there?

Thanks everyone!

Jacob said...

Incredible. I checked out the other photo and that's even more incredible.

I understand that they built the pulpits up high - so the preacher would be 10-12 feet above criticism!


JM said...

The ceiling is a fantasic background to the wonderful pulpit. Well done!

Tinsie said...

Nice shot!

arabesque said...

very ornate design of the pulpit...
love the angle! ^-^

Per Stromsjo said...

There will be more from Storkyrkan on plenty - right here.

Jacob: ...or so that anyone could hear what was said.... The acoustics in here isn't particularly functional for speech.

JM: I tried to get that ceiling into all sorts of shots and this one did turn out pretty well.

Tinsie: Thanks.

arabesque: Angles on those angels... :)

Again, thanks all.

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