Trondheim, Norway

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Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway -- The northernmost Gothic cathedral, largest in Scandinavia, dates back to the 11th century, as the canonized King Olav I made the city at the mouth of River Nid his capital. A casualty of Norway's long fealty to Denmark and Sweden as well as the Protestant Reformation, restoration did not begin in earnest until 1816, when the tradition of coronating the Nordic monarch here was revived.

Photo at left is taken with the Nikon F100 and its 28mm f2.8 lens.   The developed ISO200 film is then scanned and perspective-corrected via Photoshop LE.  Photo at right is taken with the Canon G1 digital camera.

Norway 1999-2001

 
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