I went for a wander around Norwich Cathedral yesterday. With the sun still relatively low this time of year, the light was crystaline and filled the nave. I have taken my camera to this wonderful building on many occasions, but it never ceases to give. I approached the copper font, formerly a vat for toffee from Rolos relocated from the old Rowntree Mackingtosh factory in the city. As I got nearer, my eyes were drawn to the reflection of the great west window floating dreamily on the surface of the baptismal water. That is what you see above.