Beautiful, I especially love the seventh photo,the interior, with the lamps.
Cynthia - I was in awe the entire time. Amazing that the windows in particular have survived centuries of war.
I'd have to say I like them all! Beautiful shots. Btw~ Muse, don't forget to come by to pick up your Lovely Blog award!Kirsten
these images are stunning - shall have to be added to my list of places to visit! beautiful stone work & stained glass
There is something so haunting and yet peaceful about this style...that is why I love it. Thank you for giving us this beautiful art. Anita
Kirsten,Thank you!!! Ok, I'm totally embarrassed to ask and am still learning the ways of blogger...but em, how do I pick up an award?
Ruthie & AnitaThese images just scratch the surface of all the beauty there. I also did the "bell tower climb" for an aerial view from the rooftop.
Someone would have to drag me out of there kicking and screaming.
JnoI stayed for a long, long time!
Wow that is awesome! I've always wanted to visit Gloucester. This is one more reason to go there!
EricIt was beyond my wildest dreams and since I visited on a weekday, practically had the place to myself.
I'm in heaven. :)
Ah, it is all so beautiful and it just reminds me of another time and place that was so wonderful. It makes me so happy and sad to see these amazing photos. I need to go back and make it right somehow! I need to do that with all of England-that is kind of a big order...I love your posts. They make me happy, but they make me sad too if that makes sense. I need some amnesia please!
Mary + RowanDeVoeThis certainly is like heaven and being transported to another time and place. Would love to go back.
Wonderful photos. If it didn't sound bad, I would say that I'm jealous! Thanks for sharing.
Homeric Geek - Thank you! I know just what you mean - I may be a little jealous of the "me" that got to go a few years back.