St. John's Cathedral, Norwich, Norfolk, England
The garden is on the south side of the cathedral which is where this photograph was taken showing the nave stretching out to the left and the southern transept on the right of the tower.
The garden is an oasis of calm in an otherwise busy city and has the cathedral refectory to our left just out of the picture. If all the food in the refectory is as good as their sausage rolls then it's going to be very good indeed.
The Nave, 160 feet long and 60 feet high, has ten bays divided by massive columns whose capitals and plinths are endowed with a variety of exceptional stone carvings. Above the columns are the triforium arches which form the clerestory.
A view of the Tower Crossing showing the tower lantern ceiling and part of the painted wooden rood screen carved by Peter Rendl of Oberammergau.
This view is from the east end looking through the quire and along the nave. The east end was the last part of the cathedral to be completed and the mouldings here are noticeably more ornate.