St Marks Pipe Organ, Part 2. - Architecture In Music

St Marks Pipe Organ, Part 2.

The Pipes of St Marks Church Organ in Auckland, New Zealand. In the foreground are the smallest pipes in the organ, responsible for the highest notes. They're hidden in a chamber in the church tower and are only visible by ascending a series of ladders and platforms.

The organ was built an 1882 and has undergone various refurbishments and expansions since then.

Photographed with a Lumix S1R and a Laowa 24mm Periprobe lens. 62 images at various focal lengths have been blended together to allow sharp focus and a feeling of space, giving the impression that the Pipe Organ has become its own cathedral.

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