|CAMERA||Canon 5D MKII|
|MEDIA||Digital Original, Exposure Blended, Stitched|
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, UK, 2010
While the choir of Gloucester Cathedral is renowned for its Perpendicular rebuilding (1337-50), it was the vaulting, particularly under the tower, where the transept and nave crossed, that really caught my eye. In contrast to many of the other cathedrals, this ceiling has yet to be cleaned and restored, and is stained from oil and coal from days gone by - but the grace and elegance of the architecture shines just as brightly.
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