Tuesday, 9 February 2010

More of Lincoln Cathedral

We'll take a short walk around Lincoln Cathedral.
Hows this for a large stained glass window, hopefully next week we may be able to get a photo of the inside.
Just take a look at these stone arches, they dont build like they used to.
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11 comments:

Sunny said...

What a magnificent structure, you're so right about not making them like they used to. The stone work is amazing.
Sunny :)

Craver Vii said...

As a child, I took those kind of structures for granted. These days, I appreciate that labor and craftsmanship so much more. Nice pics!

CambridgeLady said...

I am fascinated by cathedrals and they are all so different - nice pics :)

George said...

You're right -- they don't make them like they used to. These old cathedrals are amazing.

James said...

I just spent some time catching up and I must say that Lincoln is a wonderfully charming place. I love the old buildings.

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear Imac, please forgive my later comment, I got an awful "cold"here, but today I'm feeling better.Mainly visiting your beautiful blog and your wonderful pictures!
I liked a lot these series about Lincoln Cathedral, it's outstanding!
This Cathedral is huge and beautiful!
Thanks a lot! :)
Hugs
Léia

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Mac, that place is truly awesome. I don't think there are any cathedrals in our country as gorgeous as Lincoln Cathedral. I just love the old cathedrals and castles in Europe.... Would love to see some of them someday!!!
Betsy

Becca's Dirt said...

That is magnificent. I luv old architecture. Just awesome

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Thoroughly enjoyed catching up with your Lincoln tour. The Jew's House is just so pretty and the cathedral magnificent.

Dar said...

I cannot begin to comprehend how labor intensive and time consuming architecture was back then...simply without words...I cannot wait to see the stained glass from the inside...it has got to be amazing...
Anxious to see through your eyes
God Bless

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Wondrous photos of a beautiful place.