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Lincoln Cathedral seen from Castle Square. The area in the foreground is now pedestrianised but I can remember when it was open to traffic. The tree, showing its autumn colours, stands to one side of the old road through the Exchequergate but has no respect to the space it was allocated having now grown out and over the roadway to fill nearly all the gap between the properties. The Exchequergate (the arches of which can be seen behind the tree) which dates from 1825 was one of the gateways into the then walled Cathedral close.
A picture of: Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, Lincolnshire ( More pictures of Lincoln Cathedral by Lincolnian (brian) )
Camera Make: NIKON Model: E4600
Exposure Program: Program, Focal length: 8.4 mm, ISO: 50, Exposure time: 1/130 sec, Metering Mode: Multi-Segment, Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Date/Time Creation: October 14, 2006, 12:31 pm
ImageID:1029122, Image size: 526 x 750 pixels
Really nice scene, excellent
Thanks Diana. Incidentally the tree in this shot has now been removed opening up the view but removing some colour.
Glad that tree is gone. It blocked the wonderful view of the gates and the cathedral. Can't a poplar be put there if they want a tree?
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