OWC & WPC: Vaulted Ceilings

It appears I spend much of my travel time looking up as I have way too many ceilings for one post. Therefore I am limiting this post to the vaulted ceilings of Europe.

Cathedral ceiling in Ghent, Belgium.
Cathedral ceiling in Ghent, Belgium Elaborate brick ceiling at Kasteel de Haar near Utrecht, Holland.
Elaborate Ceiling at Kasteel de Haar near Utrecht, Holland Stone columns supporting archways at the ancient monastery, now converted into a parador/hotel in the north of Spain near Ourense.
Stone columns supporting archways at the ancient monastery, now converted into a parador/hotel The painted vaulted ceiling of the Hesdin Cathedral in France.
The vaulted Gothic ceiling of Hesdin Cathedral in France The mossy vaulted ceiling of Cashel Hore Abbey in Ireland.
The mossy vaulted Gothic ceiling of Cashel Hore Abbey in Ireland The vaulted ceiling of the Cathedral in Toledo, Spain.
The vaulted Gothic ceiling of Toledo Cathedral Gloucester Cathedral’s cloister boasts a magnificent example of fan-vaulting, which is believed to have been invented here in the 1350s.
Vaulted ceiling of the Gloucester Cathedral in England And a second mention has to go to the cathedral’s other ceilings, also magnificently vaulted.
Vaulted ceiling of the Gloucester Cathedral in England More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Ceilings.

Also works for the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Look Up

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