Hereford Cathedral | Hereford, England

05 November 2013

Yesterday one of my classes had the opportunity to go to Hereford, England to look at medieval manuscripts. Thinking we'd be in an archive all day, I didn't bring my good camera. 
Silly me. 

The archive was a part of Hereford Cathedral, one of the most beautiful churches I have ever stepped foot in. Luckily, I did bring my iPhone and was able to snap a few pics. We spent most of the day handling medieval books and documents as well as exploring the cathedral. I even had the opportunity to transcribe a document signed by Elizabeth I! 

As a history major, it's a dream to have opportunities such as this. I've been feeling extremely blessed lately! 

Sorry I haven't been blogging as much this week! I've been crazy busy as well as a little but ill. I don't even know if this post makes any sense, seeing as my brain is not functioning properly at the moment. Yay for colds!

Happy Tuesday! 


  1. In Hartford, Heresford and Hampshire... hurricanes hardly happen :P

    and how beautiful! I seem to be on a cathedral roll on my blog, too. they're really awesome, in the old-fashioned sense of the word.

  2. I love old churches and this one looks beautiful


This blog is a positive space. I reserve the right to remove any comments that I feel may be offensive.