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Trinity Guildhall

By Stewy  
This is the magnificent Trinity Guildhall in Kings Lynn, dating from 1420.

The chequer board frontage consist of squares of flint stones, (several in each square), and square blocks of sandstone. It extends a long way to the left of this shot too, but I have tried to get in reasonably close to bring out some of the detail.

In 1624 the Jacobean Porch was added and the Queen Elizabeth Coat of Arms was brought from another building and placed above the twelve light window. In 1664 Charles II Coat of Arms replaced that of the Commonwealth which had already repalced that of the Stuart Kings.

There have been many changes since, far too many to list here.

Thanks for looking, LARGE is essential really.

Tags: Architecture Digitally manipulated 2007 Town hall Landscape and travel Kings lynn Guildhall

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looboss 11 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2007 7:11PM
Great HDR work, shame about the colour noise Smile

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cazzbella 11 8
15 Mar 2007 7:15PM
magnificent shot, fab' viewed large, great texture and tones
graceland 13 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
15 Mar 2007 7:59PM
Super record shot /////
Stewy Plus
11 103 2 England
15 Mar 2007 10:15PM
Changed the title as not many views, thumbnail doesn't do it any favours.

Billlee 11 5.5k England
16 Mar 2007 10:39PM
Very good image of this splendid building. Good PS work too. Bill.
KKmoments 11 12 1 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2007 12:20PM
Wonderful HDR image... amazing detail when viewed large... Karen Smile
cossack2005 12 86
19 Mar 2007 1:31PM
Another class image ... keep it up.

Stewy Plus
11 103 2 England
19 Mar 2007 7:25PM
Thanks for all your perseverance/support. This has been running for four days now and the clicks/views keep steadily rising.

rhiw_com 12 24
19 Mar 2007 7:55PM
The large version is quality Martyn, superb work.

Rg Tony
ESP 11 26 England
20 Mar 2007 12:12AM
Your patience is rewarded !!

have a RC on me !!!

Great shot

Tandberg 15 1.2k 2 England
26 Mar 2007 11:00AM
Like the old building as they have much character
Buffalo_Tom 11 2.3k 9 Wales
26 Apr 2007 7:49PM
Excellent lines and patterns.

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