I have published at least one image of this amazing cathedral from Edinburgh before. It realy was wondrous to walk around and take it all in.
In places like this, in low light, here is a little trick. Put your widest angle lens on. Put your camera on timer mode, lay it down on the ground facing up, and trip the shutter. You need to be on timer mode so you have a chance to get out of the picture. Or, if you have a cable release, you can get out of the way with that. One of the fun things about this technique is since you can't see what the camera is seeing, you don't really know what you'll get.
You might even get a more interesting composition than you would have come up with on your own! Take today's shot for instance...
Some of my favorite images from the June trip are from about a one hour period in Glasgow, at a museum. We toured the museum, more as tourists than as a photographer. But when I went outside, whoa, now where is a photographic subject made for yours truly.
One of those times where I feel like I'm floating over the ground. Just love it when that happens.