Trompe l'oeil at York Minster Cathedral, York, England. This is the second of three posts about York Minster.
An ornate astronomical clock was created by craftsmen at the Royal Greenwich Observatory. It was presented to the Minster to commemorate 18,000 Allied airmen who lost their lives in World War II, when flying out of bases in Yorkshire and the Northeast.
Sweeping ceiling views.
An intricately-detailed embroidered cloth drapes this altar.
Another marble angel bearing a shield over the choir loft, next to tall gothic pillars.
A small chapel with stained-glass windows.
A clock on the exterior wall of the nave.
A memorial panel at York Minster.
The Prince William of Hatfield Monument in the North Quire Aisle.
Velvet seats in York Minster's nave.
An ornate tableau and altar.
The uppermost pipes of the pipe organ in the choir room.
Modern sculptures added to the ancient stone.
An altar representing Anglican churches in Southwark, Winchester and York.
Painted iron and gilt scrollwork.
A modern portable baptismal font.