This is an upward view – standing exactly below one of the beautiful chandeliers in the church St. Wenzel in the town Naumburg (please see map view).
Sometimes one should look upwards … ;-)
You can see one of the chandeliers and the magnificent organ of the church in complementary photo. The organ, a jewel of baroque organ building art, was made by Zacharias Hildebrandt in 1746. Its building inspection was carried out by Johann Sebastian Bach who praised it exceedingly. You can hear it here. The instrument has 3.284 organ pipes.
Really special point of view. I wonder how many people have ever looked at the chandelier this way.
Very well isolated from the background, it's like a giant snowflake. And black !
You really see things while sightseeing.
OOOps, I see I started on your image earlier, then we had a computer emergency. That is quite a chandelier and you framed it perfectly. Before I read your note, I thought the bulbs were little chunks of snow (perhaps wishful thinking?) I really like the Ci also, you show this magnificent organ very well. The sound link was also welcome, I really like the way they show the organist. Still the video lacks the excellent in situ view of this marvel. The side windows light the pipes nicely, while the whole church makes a lovely cradling frame. GLF, Patricia