This week I’m looking every which way at England’s Gloucester Cathedral.
- Looking Up At Things
There were a variety of stained glass windows to marvel on.
The ceilings are the truly spectacular part of this cathedral; I had a bit of neck strain after visiting the place!
- Looking Down on Things
While most European and English cathedrals have tombstones in the floors, this part of England (and nearby Wales) have floors that feature decorative tile patterns. This one appears to be more of a patch job though.
- View From the Side
One of the many unusual tombs.
- View From the Bottom or Underneath
- Bonus: Looking Every Which Way in a Vertical Panorama
Lovely captutres 🙂
Marvelous looking up photos. You always amaze me. 😀
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