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Looking back down the nave of Salisbury Cathedral, England.
Photo taken with a Canon EOS 20D.
Construction of the cathedral commenced when the bishopric was moved here from Old Sarum in 1220 during the tenure of Richard Poore. By 1258 the nave, transepts and choir were complete. The magnificent west front was ready by 1265.
In addition to its architecture and spire, Salisbury Cathedral offers a number of interesting attractions. Most notable among these is the best preserved of only four surviving original Magna Cartas (1215 AD).
Camera: Canon EOS
Featured in the group Christian Churches


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  • John Dalkin
    John Dalkinover 3 years ago

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeover 3 years ago

  • naturelover
    natureloverover 3 years ago

    Isn’t it a fabulous place to visit? this is a superb capture John-did you get the reflections in that Font??

  • TonyCrehan
    TonyCrehanover 3 years ago

    Beautiful shot John. Lovely 13th century cathedral but why oh why did they put in those awfully incongruous modern chairs? Tony

  • Margaret Brown
    Margaret Brownover 3 years ago

    love the muted colours and the strong lines lovely shot

  • David Davies
    David Daviesover 3 years ago

    Wonderful picture, John!

  • Polly x
    Polly xover 3 years ago

  • Roger Sampson
    Roger Sampsonover 3 years ago

    Wow I like the perspective in this photo… the color tones… everything about it. Great work :)


  • Roger Sampson
    Roger Sampsonover 3 years ago

  • Many thanks for the feature Roger

    – John Dalkin

  • vaggypar
    vaggyparover 3 years ago

    Great Work.!

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