Lincoln Cathedral Interior – 2

Cathedral Interior, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England

© Mark Simms Photography (2016)

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7 Responses to “Lincoln Cathedral Interior – 2”

  1. Chillbrook

    A very nice photograph Mark despite your subject being rather ugly! I think you’ve done a very good job capturing this gargoyle’s good side. 😀

    Reply
      • Laura (PA Pict)

        A gargoyle would normally be a decorative feature carved into the structure of the building – traditionally at the end of drain channels – whereas a misericord was a sort of shallow wooden plinth or shelf that the monks/clerics could rest on briefly during long services.

      • Mark Simms

        Well he was definitely stone, not wood, and he was decorating a pillar…..so I guess he is a gargoyle then.

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