A classic view of the ancient centre of the federal Swiss capital, Bern, photographed from the city’s Rose Garden terrace. Sadly, the view is often peppered with builders’ machinery, including the scaffolding which has been on various parts of the city minster with only a few short breaks since 1950.
I'd all but forgotten that we'd even visited Ulm, until I came across a set of photos of the interior of the minster.
A few selected images from my ever-expanding collection of aisles in places of worship.
The Rosengarten (Rose Garden) in Bern is high on the hill to the east of the city, with fantastic views across the Aare meander and the lower part of the old city.