Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Sunday 18th February - Historic City of Ely

18 members plus 2 guests met up on an amazingly fine morning to explore the delights of England’s second smallest city.  Ely is compact enough to explore on foot and we all set off in various directions in search of that ‘special’ photo.  Quite a few groups headed straight for the magnificent Cathedral with its famous octagon and stained glass windows others explored the riverside area or the Market Square.  The Market Square proved to be very popular particularly the stall selling the many varieties of pies!

As well as the images below showing various aspects of this very fine small city we will be having a fun competition later giving members an opportunity to show some more of their images. 


Welcome All by Roy Scrivener


The Cathedral by Jan Murphy


The Aisle by Francesca Shearcroft


Cathedral from the Almonry by Roy Scrivener


Angel by David Wilkin

Him and Her by Fred Thompson


Swanning Along by Heather Ryder


Ely Cathedral from afar by Jim McConnell

South Aisle by Geoff Lingwood

Crown Point by Graham Jackson


River Ouse by Christine Alcock


Vaulted Ceiling Detail by Di Jackson

Tied Up by Fred Thompson


The Fisherman by Jan Murphy

Artist at Work by Geoff Lingwood

Down by the River by Andy Caws

Dwarfed by Heather Ryder

Ely Reflections by Francesca Shearcroft

Sausages by David Wilkin

Memorial by Jim McConnell

The Octagon by Di Jackson



Four Candles by Graham Jackson





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