Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

ConvergeI wanted to share another photo of Trinity College’s Old Library.

When the library was originally built, it had a flat plastered ceiling and books were stored only on the lower level. In 1860, the roof was elevated to support an upper gallery for book storage and to add the beautiful converging ceiling seen today.

Unfortunately, tripods were not allowed inside, so you may notice a bit of camera shake…but I hope that I was able to capture the beauty of this historical library.

Check out other entries for this week’s challenge by clicking here.

22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

  1. Stunning photo. Is this Trinity in Cambridge? I am from Oxford myself and have such an obsession with the libraries there, I have vowed ever since being a little girl that one day I will have my own… at the moment mine is a only a modest corner of my lounge with just a few large shelves but hopefully I’ll have a little reading palace one day 🙂

  2. Great picture, Chloe! Our family visited Dublin this past summer and never made it into Trinity College Library (just the outside) — a pleasure to see it from this perspective!

  3. This was a really great photo and I quite liked the interesting narrative as well. To be honest, I didn’t notice any camera shake but my skills are quite basic. Nice take on the challenge; I enjoyed a lot and thanks for sharing 🙂
    We still seem to be experiencing an issue with pingbacks so here’s the link to my interpretation. Please let me know what you think. https://galeweithers.wordpress.com/2014/12/12/roll-call-all-caterpillars-converge/

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