GetOutside Champion Debs Butler takes us on her stand up paddleboarding river trip in the Midlands.
Low light and frost-covered landscape combine to give Lichfield Cathedral an ethereal quality in this photo submitted by Tim Wayne all the way back in 2015.
There's been a cathedral on this site since around the year 700AD; the current one was constructed starting in 1195, and has had substantial changes, additions and improvements over the centuries. It was used as a fort in the English Civil war, with both sides occupying at different times. It's got a distinctive three spired design, sometimes referred to as 'the Ladies of the Vale' - the third is just visible in this image. On display is an eighth-century sculpted panel of the Archangel Gabriel, which was found during renovations in 2003, and the Lichfield Gospels, an 8th-century illuminated manuscript.
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To save the image on a computer, right-click (or alt-click) and select 'save target as' or the equivalent for your browser. For most computers, right click the desktop and select 'set wallpaper' to change the wallpaper image. For iOS devices, select the image, press and hold on the image to 'save image', then go to Photos > Share > Set as Wallpaper. On Android devices, select the image, long press to 'download image' and then go to Wallpapers > My photos and select the image.
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