By Mark Simms
Lichfield Cathedral is constructed mainly from sandstone which gives the building a distinctive red-brown colour, especially the ornately carved West Front:
© Mark Simms Photography (2014)
Lichfield Cathedral 3
Lichfield Cathedral 1
Super shots Mark!
Great shots but what is the white sculpture in the first image. A truly magnificent cathedral.
Thanks Lee…..it was a temporary exhibition of modern sculpture….I can’t remember what it was called or who it was by, but I do recall it was for sale – if you had about £25,000 to spare 😉
We’re in the wrong business 🙂
My thoughts exactly 😉
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