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On a recent holiday to Spain, we saw many cities including Cordoba. In many of the cities in south-eastern Spain, the Arabic/Moorish influence in architecture is strong. A number of the old mosques, however, have been converted to Christian cathedrals. This picture was from such a place. The detail in some of the areas of the cathedral is unbelievable. This is a very ornate section of ceiling that is illuminated by the roof-level windows.

I got down toward the floor and shot up, approximating the view and resting the edge of the camera on the floor (believe it or not!) - I did need to rotate the image 2 or 3 degrees and crop, however...

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