Anyhow, here are some photos of Norwich.
Wobbliness in Tombland (above and below)
Samson and Hercules in a nice mixing of mythologies
Detail, the Ethelbert Gate, built in 1316 after the original Church was burnt down during a riot in 1272.
The Cathedral exterior
The nave of the Cathedral
The bronze 14th century Pelican lectern which escaped the Reformation and was found buried in the Bishop's Garden, apparently
Looking towards the apse
An effigy believed to be of St Felix, believed to date from 1100
The best graffiti with serifs I've ever seen ... :-)
All you that do this place pass bye
Remember death for you will dye.
As you are now even so was I
And as I am so shall you be.
Thomas Gooding here do staye
Wayting for God's judgement day.
Epitaph of Thomas Gooding, who died in 1627 and was buried vertically, apparently so that he could spring up and be first into heaven.
Glass door etched with lines from T S. Eliot's 'Burnt Norton' (Four Quartets):
‘Reach out to the silence
at the still point of the turning world.
Except for the still point
there would be no dance.
Love is itself unmoving
only the cause and end of movement
View through the Choir
The current copper font, formerly a vessel in which toffee was made in the local Rowntrees factory
14th century roof boss in the Cloisters
Elm Hill at dusk
The Art Nouveau Royal Arcade
Labour In Vain Yard
Opie Street, formerly Gropecuntelane (1305)
and Turpis Vicus (1333)