To be honest, I was stuck for something to blog about today so instead I have chosen to post some more pictures that I took in Lincoln on Monday. Here's The Usher Gallery - the only purpose-built art gallery in Lincolnshire:-
I snapped this picture of rooftops from the south west tower during our rooftop tour:-
Also, while up on the roof I saw this - the twin towers and the lead roof that was, I believe, renewed in the 1980's:-On The Strait in Lincoln, looking towards the central tower of the cathedral:-
Three doors on Bailgate - number 60, number 60½ and number 61:-
New carving on the south west tower - replacing crumbling stonework. The eagle represent St John and the winged man represents St Matthew:-
Arresting modern statue of The Blessed Virgin Mary, installed in 2014:-
And finally, high up above the altar this blurry image of the famous Lincoln Imp which has become the city's principal symbol. The nickname of the local football team - Lincoln City - is The Imps:-
Well, I hope this visual post was okay and interesting enough for you.