Taken with a Canon 400D, Sigma 10-200 lens at 10mm, F11, shutter speed 10 second, ISO100, processed in Photoshop
I have just been on a three day training course near York. Last night I went for a walk around cold and frosty York and paid a visit to the grounds of a snowy, icy York minster to take a few shots…..it would be rude not too! ;-)
The Cathedral & Metropolitical Church of St. Peter in York is popularly known as ‘York Minster’ from its original foundation as a missionary church or monaterium. It is the seat of the Archbishop of York ands is simply vast – the largest medieval cathedral in Northern Europe – and displays some of the best examples of the medieval craftsman’s work to be found anywhere. Particularly of note are the fine carvings in the chapter house (c.1275) and the fantastic array of medieval glass dating back to the 12th century.
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