As many of you will know,  we have recently moved to the Medieval City of Salisbury.  This City has many photo-opportunities not least of all the fabulous Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, construction of which commenced in the year 1220 and opened 100 years later in 1320.


A Winter Portrait of Salisbury Cathedral

This is a  view of the north elevation of Salisbury Cathedral.  Evidence of restoration work can be seen to the eastern end of the Cathedral.

cathedral-hdr-edit-aSunset lights up the western face of the Cathedral Spire

A late afternoon image with the final rays of the sun lighting up the 123m high Cathedral Spire.


The Great West Door and Cathedral Spire in Evening Sunlight

Dusk is falling and the rays of the sun will soon disappear.  The beautiful west elevation was believed to have been influenced by the earlier Wells Cathedral in Somerset.


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