While I was a guide at Wymondham Abbey I carried around my tablet with photographs of things that are harder to see, like the pelican below the cross in the nave. The stone corbels supporting the oak beamed roofs and the oak carvings of figures and bosses in the north aisle and the nave require much neck craning and squinting to see them. So for those who want to have an in depth look at these here are some photo galleries to help you:

The North Aisle corbels and carvings start at the rear facing the triptych and travel anti-clockwise from your rear right.

The carvings and corbels in the nave is a bit more of a hotch potch of photos of the variety of angels and some corbels

All photos were taken in May 2018 with a 60x zoom bridge camera in natural light so they were the best I could get.