In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Half and Half.”
One of my favourite places to photograph is Peterborough Cathedral. It is a very large grand Norman cathedral with some stunning artwork and architecture.
One of the things to look for in particular is the nave painted wooden ceiling which was completed between 1230 and 1250. It has been repainted twice and had a lot of restoration work (particularly after a fire caused smoke damage a few years ago) but retains the original character and style.
To save people getting a crick in their neck there are two mirrors on trolleys in the nave so you can look into them for a better view of the ceiling. These lend themselves quite well to photographic ideas which is my idea for the half and half: