Gloucester Catherdral Redux – From above

I downloaded some photographs I took from the top of the scaffolding at Gloucester Cathedral… there was some incredible graffiti up there which must have been done when the building was actually built. I can’t imagine that many people have been up there recently? It was a lovely moment when the lengths were dropped, revealing their flashes of colour down the columns. I’ve also got some images of Anna Glasbrook’s work in the Slype; itself and strange and magical room off the cloisters….

 

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About Ptolemy Mann

Ptolemy Mann is a textile artist, designer and architectural colour consultant
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2 Responses to Gloucester Catherdral Redux – From above

  1. nicole rowntree says:

    looks great! nx

    NICOLE ROWNTREE Photographer

    mobile +44 07813 924 740 e: nicole@rowntreephotography.co.uk w: http://www.rowntreephotography.co.uk

  2. Utterly breathtaking! What an inspired venue for your work. You never cease to amaze me with your ambition and vision. Go girl! xox

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