Cathedral View

Standing on the East wall of Lincoln Castle looking at front of Lincoln Cathedral.
Would make a stunning postcard. Love the detail and the colours of the architecture.
posted June 26th, 2016  
Great composition and I love the sky giving so much drama too = Fav
posted June 26th, 2016  
@quietpurplehaze Thank you for your great comments Hazel started off grey and then rained;)
posted June 26th, 2016  
@rosiekind Thank you for your comments and Fav. Rosie they are both appreciated, about five minutes after taking this shot it was pouring with rain:)
posted June 26th, 2016  
Грандиозное здание!
posted June 26th, 2016  
Majestic as ever, towering above Lincoln.
posted June 27th, 2016  
Wonderful landscape ? Peter.fav
posted June 27th, 2016  
@simta Спасибо за ваши комментарии Татьяна, заложил основы в 1088 десяти и восемьдесят восемь, существует значительная вероятность того, что Норман епископ использовали Норман каменщики, используемые для наблюдения за строительством зданий, по-прежнему выглядит хорошо на протяжении почти тысячи лет :)
posted June 27th, 2016  
What a brilliant view.
posted June 27th, 2016  
@onewing Thank you Babs, as you can see the cathedral is still well maintain hence some scaffolding on the left, considering the first stone was laid in 1088 almost one thousand years ago it still looks magnificent:)



posted June 27th, 2016  
@peterlgrave Thanks for your comment and Fav. Peter as always they are both appreciated, not so obvious it stands on a hill and can be seen from miles away:)
posted June 27th, 2016  
@dide Thanks for your comments Dianne, this view was not available to the public until this year as it was unsafe to walk the walls, after two years restoration work its now possible to walk the whole way around the Castle walls, it cost us just under £10 each but this includes many other things including guided tours and to see the original Magna Carta signed by King John on 15th June 1215:)
posted June 27th, 2016  
That sounds great - how neat to be able to walk right round the castle walls.
posted June 27th, 2016  
Stunning :) fav
posted June 27th, 2016  
Great shot!
posted June 27th, 2016  
Fabulous shot Peter, it's almost like looking into the past. Well done! FAV
posted June 27th, 2016  
@gilbertwood Thank you for your comment and fav. Denise they are appreciated:)
posted June 27th, 2016  
@conbell Thank you Connie for finding the time to comment its appreciated:)
posted June 27th, 2016  
@novab Thank you for both your comment and Fav they are both appreciated, the Cathedral is 928 years old the castle started as a Roman fort built in 60 AD and William the Conqueror developed it into a castle in 1068, the black and white timber framed building along the bottom left dates from the 16th century and is now used as the tourist information centre, most of the other buildings are over 100 year old:)
posted June 27th, 2016  
Gorgeous capture - and such detail. I love that camera! You two make a great team!
posted June 28th, 2016  
@stray_shooter Thank you very much for the lovely comments Ron, I set the camera in manual and meter read then set to suit the readings, and the camera does the rest:)
posted June 28th, 2016  
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