Early in January 2014 I went along the River Wensum in Norwich to photograph a couple of old warehouses I'd seen on previous walks there. It was a lovely spring-like day so when I'd finished I just strolled a short way along the river.
Just as I was about to head back to my car Norwich Cathedral caught my eye. It looked so good I just had to take a few shots. I'd photographed the cathedral many times before but not from this angle.
The building is obviously impressive in its own right, but in this shot I particularly like the delicate branches breaking into the top left corner of the image and the striking beech trees bottom right.
This image is supplied with a substantial border with the title printed in the centre at the bottom.
Picture sizes are to the nearest inch.