Tower Ceiling of Canterbury Cathedral, England



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Tower Ceiling of Canterbury Cathedral, England

Copyright: Gretchen Cornwall

Taken on one of my many trips to Canterbury over the years.  

Canterbury Cathedral is the seat of Anglican authority in the UK…  Though it does not rival Rome in size, it is nonetheless an ancient and stunning backdrop to some of the most historic events to take place in the British Isles.

I hope you enjoy my glimpse into a soaring masterpiece of engineering!  The immense scale cannot be measured here…  One must be there to experience the majestic height and illusionary ‘lace’ –


  2″ × 2″ 3.5″ × 3.5″ 5″ × 5″
Width, cm 5.08 8.89 12.70
Length, cm 5.08 8.89 12.70

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.: Grey, adhesive back

Gretchen Cornwall’s Biography:

Gretchen Cornwall is a member of the British Archaeological Association.  Ms Cornwall has been a Trustee for the Friends of the Shell Grotto in Margate England since 2008.  She has been examining and researching medieval carvings and artifacts for decades and studying the architecture of great cathedrals, castles and Templar fortified sites.  Her catalog of photos from over 18 years numbers in the thousands.  She has lived in England since 2002 and has traveled extensively in the UK and Europe on the trail of the Knights Templar.

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 Ms. Cornwall is deeply committed to the preservation and the conservation of sensitive archaeological sites, buildings at risk and believes that by understanding our past we may move forward in harmony, respect, and understanding as human beings. 


She has appeared on the History Channel, The Curse of Oak Island, for her knowledge of the Knights Templar & medieval history.

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