Photographer's Note

The picture shows a small part of the interior of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral. The picture was taken looking west. Photo taken hand held with ISO uprated to 800.

To give an idea of the scale of the building, the upper window that you can see is 53 feet high and illustrates the Benedicite. It was designed by Carl Edwards (1914 – 1985).

This information taken from:

“Liverpool Cathedral occupies a total area of 9,600 square metres and was built mainly of sandstone quarried from the Liverpool suburb of Woolton. The cathedral's belltower is one of the tallest in the world, rising to a height of 100 metres. It houses the highest (66 metres) and heaviest (31 tonnes) ringing peal of bells in the world. One of the cathedral's stained glass windows shows the artisans who designed and built it – Bodley and Scott are both shown, sitting together.”

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