John Sheldon's photos with the Gothic

Gothic Architecture in Baeza, Andalucia

Gothic Architecture in Baeza, Andalucia
Added on May  7, 2016

Heiligenkreuz Abbey

Heiligenkreuz Abbey
Heiligenkreuz Abbey is a Cistercian monastery in the village of Heiligenkreuz in the southern part of the Vienna woods, c. 13 km north-west of Baden in Lower Austria. It is the oldest continuously occupied Cistercian monastery in the world. (Wikipedia)
Added on September  5, 2014

Window Light in St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna

Window Light in St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
Added on August 25, 2014

Candlelight in St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna

Candlelight in St Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
Added on August 25, 2014

'No Entry' sign with gothic window at Lacock Abbey

'No Entry' sign with gothic window at Lacock Abbey
Added on September 24, 2013

Gothic architecture at Lacock Abbey

Gothic architecture at Lacock Abbey
Added on September 22, 2013

On the Trail of Count Dracula (1)

On the Trail of Count Dracula (1)
This is the graveyard at St Mary's Church, Whitby in North Yorkshire. It is at the top of the '199 steps' and provided inspiration for Bram Stoker in his Gothic Horror novel Dracula.
(Experimental use of Raw Therapee 4 to process raw to JPEG.)
Added on July 25, 2013

On the Trail of Count Dracula (2)

On the Trail of Count Dracula (2)
These are the 199 steps in Whitby, North Yorkshire. The dog in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula is supposed to have run up these steps to the graveyard at the top.
(Experimental use of Raw Therapee 4 to process raw to JPEG.)
Added on July 25, 2013

On the Trail of Count Dracula (3)

On the Trail of Count Dracula (3)
In the background are the cottages and beach in Whitby, North Yorkshire where Bram Stoker worked on his Gothic Horror novel Dracula. The ship in the novel is supposed to have been grounded on those sands.
The ship in this picture is a 40% sized replica o…
Added on July 25, 2013