A lot of people seem to be unaware that there are two cathedrals in Norwich. Last Friday afternoon, I was walking along Earlham Road when, on a whim, I decided to go and explore inside this fantastic Victorian/Edwardian gothic building (completed in 1910).
It was about five-o-clock when I walked inside. The light therein was fabulously atmospheric, and I soon realised that I was the only person in this, the main part of the cathedral.
It was a strange feeling to be alone inside such a huge building. I was struck by the peace and quiet - especially as, immediately outside, the rush hour traffic was at its height.
I was also struck by the difference this late afternoon winter ambience made to the look, and feel, of the cathedral
|Summer lit green man|