St David's Cathedral & Abbey (AW062)
©Paul Edwards 2005
Taken in mid-morning in May 2005 at SM7511725394. St. David's Cathedral was built in the 12th century on the site of a 6th century monastery founded by a Celtic Christian monk called Dewi, who later became the Patron Saint of Wales. David is a normanised or anglicised version of Dewi. Olympus E-20P, 9-36 mm lens plus 0.8x Wide Extension Lens Pro. Two images were combined to create a panoramic view; resolution 3276 x 1723 pixels.
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