Every once in awhile life reminds me how extraordinarily lucky I am. In PJ McKey, I have a partner who not only tolerates my obsession with medieval architecture but is an equal collaborator in Via Lucis. So today’s post is simple – a sampling of some of the wonderful photographs that PJ took at Notre Dame de Chartres last September.
Just as a point of reference, in that picture PJ is on a ledge at the height of the upper windows of the south transept. This next shot shows the height from inside the cathedral.
During the three days that we were shooting, she worried obsessively that she wasn’t getting anything good – the cathedral was too dark, too crowded, or that she was too out of practice (it was the beginning of the trip). Today’s selection is just another reminder of how superb is her work.
If you are interested, we did a recent post on Chartres that features more of her work.