Photos taken during a visit to the magnificent yet serene Norwich Cathedral.
Adapted from Wikipedia: "Norwich Cathedral was completed over 850 years ago in 1145 with the Norman tower still seen today topped with a wooden spire covered with lead. Several episodes of damage necessitated rebuilding of the east end and spire but since the final erection of the stone spire in 1480 there have been few fundamental alterations to the fabric. The large cloister has over 1,000 bosses including several hundred carved and ornately painted ones. Norwich Cathedral has the second largest cloisters, only outsized by Salisbury Cathedral. The cathedral close is the largest in England and one of the largest in Europe and has more people living within it than any other close. The cathedral spire, measuring at 96 m, is the second tallest in England despite being partly rebuilt after being struck by lightning in 1169, just 23 months after its completion, which led to the building being set on fire. Measuring 140.5 m long and, with the transepts, 54 m wide at completion, Norwich Cathedral was the largest building in East Anglia."
Technical details: Sony a850 with Tokina 19-35mm and Tamron 28-75mm lenses.