Gloucester Cathedral and Edward II’s Tomb – in a very different light!

As promised, here are the pictures of Gloucester Cathedral taken in low light and with ‘theatrical mist’ at the Mediaeval Baebes concert. I also managed to take some of Edward II’s tomb – which looks stunning after its recent makeover. The stonemasons did a fantastic job in repairing it – with all those ball flowers it must have been quite fiddly!

I hope you enjoy them.


About Jules Frusher

With an MA in Creative and Critical Writing, I am passionate about the written word. The other great loves of my life are all things Medieval (especially Hugh le Despenser the Younger) and animal behaviour (especially canids and corvids). Give me a castle in the wilderness (with Broadband!) and I'll be happy!
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