Wordless Wednesday #12

 

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31 Responses to Wordless Wednesday #12

  1. what a beautiful building!! great shot!

  2. Sue

    Stunning! I love visiting each week for your entries! Happy WW

  3. So gothic amid so much “commerce:.

    Thanks for sharing

    Happy WW!

  4. Ah Lincoln Cathedral. isn’t it? That is an amazing front eh?

  5. superb!
    great shot. see you next ww. will always coming back here.

  6. :mrgreen: thanks for sharing and happy ww! looks like as it were in the uk… but where?

  7. As do others, I look forward to coming to see your photos. Makes me love my husband’s country of origin that much more!

  8. Jim

    My guess is Edinburgh. Happy WW :lol:
    I have three travel pictures today. Figure out something in common? If you feel lucky, then guess WHERE WAS I?
    ..

  9. What a beautiful building. You need to tell us from where. Have a great WW. :)

  10. Wow, that is an awe inspiring structure – amazing!
    Happy WW, I played too! the birds & the beads

  11. You make me want to travel!!! :!:

  12. Fabulous picture. Thanks for sharing and Happy WW.

    Smiles and Blessings,

    Angel ( Angel Mama ) ():)

  13. I LOVE that church! It’s impressive! :eek: :razz: :mrgreen:

    Have a great WW!

  14. Fantastic! The beauty makes me speechless.
    Mine is up too.

  15. Every standard of living is represented here. Wow. Great photo.

  16. Wow, what an impressive cathedral in the background. The people look like ants and the buildings look like toys!
    Very beautiful!

  17. Wow, that is some awesome architecture! Happy WW

  18. amy

    What an amazing photo!

  19. That one I know :-)

    I got my web site name through a circuitous route from the imp carved on the pillar inside

  20. Wow, I love how the market place was built so close by, or would that be the other way around.

  21. As always, I look forward to the photos you have up on WW. Like Bounce, I appreciate the closeness of the local market to the majestic building.

  22. Beautiful! :) What a gorgeous Church. :)

  23. Great! I would straighten it a bit, though, get the vertical lines on the building straight.

  24. Yes, you’re right jams (and Mark) it’s Lincoln Cathedral, taken from the battlements of the castle that some of you will have seen on a previous entry.

    The market’s fabulous and even had Emu burgers for sale if it’s your thing!

    Michelle, I don’t very often take perfectly straight pictures, just what I like, very often random, but hey that’s just me!

    Thanks for visiting all, hope to see you again! :cool:

  25. Breathtaking!

    Happy WW!

    Jane, Pinks & Blues Girls

  26. awesome shot. what a huge and beautiful building.

  27. I love Cathedrals. Beautiful photo as always. You take me on a mini vacation every Wednesday!

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