Looming large over the whole of beautiful Florence in Italy, is the Duomo. Designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, the enormous dome was added to the cathedral in the 15th century, almost two centuries after initial construction began.
Within Wells Cathedral, there is a chapter house of grand proportions. It’s so cleverly designed that you can sit on one side and whisper, only for your words to be carried clearly around to the far side of the room.
Here’s another shot of Wells from this recent small subset of images, this time it’s all a bit dark and grey, and gritty.
Here’s a close up of one corner of Wells Cathedral, the elaborate stone work is clear for all to see.
Here’s Well’s Cathedral, sitting over it’s own reflection pool.
They really knew what they were doing when they built this cathedral in Edinburgh – the architecture is just so imposing!
This one was taken a little while ago, on a visit to St Paul’s Cathedral in London (pre-lockdown, obviously) What did this image teach me? That there’s always an interesting angle to be found in St Paul’s Cathedral.