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Drove down to Gloucester today to visit the Gloucestershire Regimental Museum (more family research that I'm undertaking) and popped into the cathedral to take…

The tomb of Robert Curthose in Gloucester Cathedral. William the Conqueror had three remaining sons when he died, Robert (known as Curthose because of his short…

This is the tomb of Edward II in Gloucester Cathedral, the king laid to rest here in 1327 after the infamous red hot poker up the backside incident. However,…

We had a day with a bit less rain than recently so went for a trip to Gloucester. This is in the cathedral.

I took this pic at a swimming race. Most of the contestants wore wet suits as the water was very cold. This man surprisingly emerged from the water without one.…

My approach to architectural photography tends to be one of extremes - either the wide angle shot which encompasses a large vista or close ups of details. …

I got up that fateful morning around 4 AM and drove to the town of Gloucester in mid northern New South Wales. I wasn't happy in the city at the time so I used…

With a morning to kill before my rehearsal today I decided to take a stroll around Gloucester Quays to take some photos of the derelict dock buildings. Since I…

I had a bit of free time this morning so I popped into Gloucester before going on to my rehearsal. I arrived at the Cathedral just after the morning service…

I travelled to May Hill today to stay with my friends Steve and Ann before a photo day nearby tomorrow so on my way here I stopped off in Gloucester to take…

I had a few hours to kill before my rehearsal today so I decided to enjoy a spot of retail therapy at the new shopping centre at Gloucester Quays this morning. …

I visited Gloucester today on my way to give a concert in Tirley with the Phoenix Recorder Orchestra and decided to have a look around the cathedral. I've been…
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