Josh Stephens, our master modeler, has produced new images of St. Paul's and the Churchyard.
These are part of our experiments with the color of the cathedral.
The Gipkin painting shows the cathedral looking as though it has just had a new coat of yellow paint.
The actual stones from the building, on display outside St. Paul's Cathedral Library, are in a grey-to-whitish-grey color, at least some of which, according to John Schofield, is the remains of smoke from the Great Fire.
I continue to be impressed with Josh's skill with Google SketchUp.
Overall, and in detail, this is stunning work. Your preferences for the color of the cathedral are welcomed.