Wednesday, 14 January 2015

A Is For Atop

Looking into Coventry Cathedral Ruins


It is worth the climb...180 steps.
I did it with family (much younger than me).


I'm waving on the right and young 'A' is to the left.
We were atop the tower part with the spire extending above.



We had a dusting of snow overnight.  It is gone now.
I am hoping for a bit more next week :).

PS.  If you would like to experience this view, 
go to the Information Centre and buy a ticket 
during daylight hours.

Participating in ABC Wednesday

17 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

Wow, I'm impressed! I don't think I could have climbed up there. But, fantastic view so I'm glad you did.

Fun60 said...

That was well worth the effort. What a view.

Ann said...

Lots of stretching before attempting those steps would be a must. I think it worth it for sure.
Ann

Tanya Breese said...

now that's a view!! i see you!!

Joy said...

I like your wave for those not so intrepid on the ground. I've only been to Coventry once and missed out on this climb.
Joy - ABC Team

RedPat said...

I'm surprised at all the modern buildings around it!

Lowell said...

This is an entirely different view than what we're used to seeing...thank you. Knowing me, I probably wouldn't make the climb, so I'm glad you did it for me! :)

Mersad said...

That is a really great vantage point.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

William Kendall said...

It is such a grand view!

Roger Owen Green said...

That's getting up there!

ROG, ABCW

Stephanie said...

Nice view!

Bev said...

How interesting!!

Petrea Burchard said...

Wonderful shots!

cieldequimper said...

Thanks for the wave!

I can't help but think of the people who built it with no modern techniques or tools or machines...

Cloudia said...

Wow!




ALOHA from Honolulu
ComfortSpiral
<3

Jack said...

It is probably one of the things that someone living in Coventry must do at least once. With a camera.

Trubes said...

Wow that is some view, Many years ago when I was a chorister in our local church choir we were invited to sing at an Evensong service in the new Cathedral. It is a wonderful ultra modern building and Graham Sutherland's tapestry behind the main altar is stunning.
The ruins of the former cathedral are quite awe inspiring, I felt quite humble to be in such a place with such a poignant history.
I think, perhaps, when the Spring arrives we may drive down to Coventry and visit the Cathedrals again.
Thank you for re-awakening some touching moments in my life.
Best wishes,
Di.
ABCW team.