Tag Archives: Norwich Cathedral

For St George and England

St George features on St Ethelbert’s Gate at Norwich cathedral. The gate was built in 1316 after the previous was destroyed in riots. I think this qualifies forĀ A Long Time Ago, another title achieved from the list provided for #2021picoftheweek … Continue reading

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My Favourite Face

Symmetry, another title achieved from the list provided for #2021picoftheweek provided by Maria Antonia. This isn’t the face of the cathedral most visitors see. They arrive from Tombland via the west gate, to the applause of clicking cameras. The west … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Norwich and its Heath

Fungi season’s begun. So it’s off to Mousehold Heath for us. A bus to Norwich. A walk through the cathedral close Then up the hill. Not high, but sufficiently steep. It’s where Robert Kett and his rebels set camp. (See … Continue reading

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In A Modern Light

Norwich Cathedral, architecturally a mix of Romanesque and Gothic styles, features stained glass windows from every period. The one below is of modern abstract design. And now to decide which of the 52 subjects in the #2018picoftheweek Challenge to place … Continue reading

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