Church of the Three Crosses

Check out the rest of the set.

And the synth:

Çavuşin Kilisesi

Here’s a synth of Çavuşin Kilisesi. These were taken without a flash, so there’s a lot of noise as a byproduct of the editing necessary to reveal more than shadowy despair. Also, I forgot to set the white balance, so my camera randomly decided that the interior of the church merited at least six different white balance settings. Live and learn. Also, check out some of the individual photos over on flickr.

Pancarlik Kilisesi

Cappadocian rock-cut churches are unique monuments. Because they are quarried rather than constructed, architectural “rules” don’t quite apply to them. While they give the impression of right angles and straight lines, these are almost never actually present. This is particularly evident in a point cloud of Pancarlik Kilisesi:




And here’s the Photosynth: