Been over to Beverley to day to scout out the interior shot that we are going to do shortly. Also received permission from the head Verger to shoot inside the minster as the church holds copyright of images taken inside. We want to show the superb structure of the nave, West window, but also include the crossing and South transept with the rose window. This is going to be quite a challenge, but with our unique technique I think we can do it. Beverley has the usual large and dense screen screening off the chancel from the crossing and nave, so a picture along the lines of Selby Abbey interior will not work. Unlike Selby the crossing at Beverley has a beautiful floor which we want to get into the picture, but the angles both and done as well as across will present some challenges. However I am confident that we will be able to produce a picture of the interior that no one has been able to do before with photography.