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On camera, Priory's dizzying splendour
A PHOTOGRAPHER’S dramatic images of Great Malvern Priory are giving people the chance to see the historic church in a whole new light.
Last week we published Barry Tweed-Rycroft’s behind-the-scenes pictures from the ongoing restoration of Ledbury’s timber-framed 15th-century Master’s House.
And now he has been at it again, capturing these stunning shots of the dramatic interior of the historic priory, Malvern’s biggest and most iconic church.
The priory, in Church Street, dates back almost 1,000 years, having been founded as a Benedictine priory in 1085.
Mr Tweed-Rycroft, of Woodleigh Road, Ledbury, has captured the church’s stained glass windows, intricate carved stonework and stunning panelled ceiling in his own signature style.
“My specialism is interior photography using only the available light, with no flash,”
“The results, I hope, are a vibrant and dramatic shot of what would normally be classed as ordinary.”
If you like what you see in these shots, you can see more of Mr Tweed-Rycroft’s work on his website: barrytrphotography.
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