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The Bishop's Eye, Lincoln Cathedral

The Bishop's Eye, Lincoln Cathedral

The huge and delicate round window in the south transept, known affectionately as The Bishop's Eye, can be clearly seen from across the city because of its size, but to be fully appreciated it must be seen from the inside of the transept. Not only is the glass work remarkable but attention should be paid to the delicately carved stonework which provides a structural mesh supporting this very special window.

Chris Langley

Image size: 4000 x 3000, 5.11Mb | Camera details: Canon PowerShot G9 | Date uploaded: 15/03/2019

Chris Langley | The Bishop's Eye, Lincoln Cathedral
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