Friday, 4 March 2016

Snapshots of Coventry Cathedral

Following on from my blog posts on Wednesday and Thursday,  
I am concluding with a few more images
that stood out during my recent visit.  

The rib vaulted ceiling hides the natural roof.

There are four small chapels within the Cathedral.  
Below are the entrances to two of them.

Chapel of Christ the Servant

Chapel of Christ in Gethsemane

The placement and design of the windows is breathtaking.
The West Screen (below) is enormous.

Below - The Nave Stained-Glass Windows left
and The West Screen to the right.

The Baptistry Window (below)

Coventry Cathedral is a modern building
that I really didn't appreciate to the full
until I put together this collection of photographs
over the last 3 days.

Have a good weekend :).


William Kendall said...

This is one of those cases where modern architecture gets it right. An astonishing building!

Jens Hamn said...

incredible modern architecture for this chapel! a beautiful place and beautiful pictures!

Fun60 said...

Thank you for the close ups of the wooden ceiling which I haven't noticed before.

SRQ said...

Good eye for detail. Love that last photo!

bill said...

You captured the beauty of the Cathedral. I am still amazed of the stained glass window!

RedPat said...

I LOOVE that 2nd shot!

The Padre said...

Unbelievable eye you have.

Well Done


cieldequimper said...

Blimey, they are all gorgeous, the ceiling is amazing. So is the tapistry!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I enjoy every image you take in the cathedral Lauren, here in the rebuilt cathedral and the old cathedral ruins of course are spectacular! I really hope the cathedral clergy see your shots.

Sharon Anck said...

This looks like a place well worth a visit.

Jacob said...

Magnificent does not begin to capture the grandeur of this place. Thank you for sharing these wonderful photos. I can only imagine what it is like to be there and see this in person. And if I haven't said so before, I love your header photo. It's rather sad but yet inspiring!

Linda said...

Oh, it looks so beautiful!