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15-JUN-2014 John Reynolds

St. Catherine's Church, Hoarwithy

Hoarwithy, Herefordshire

Taken from the bottom of the mound that the church stands on. Apologies for the converging verticals. The main building dates from the 1870s and is Italianate in style.

Sony α7R ,Sony Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS ,Photomatix 5.0 HDR image
1/320s f/6.3 at 26.0mm iso100 full exif

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woody3416-Jun-2014 02:04
Impressive capture of a lovely building with a great colonnade.V
Walter Otto Koenig15-Jun-2014 23:55
Convergence is impossible to avoid and even if corrected will look very awkward. In this case it looks very natural and works well. An impressive building with beautiful stonework. "V"
Colin Storey15-Jun-2014 19:44
Great image from this low vantage point. v
Helen Betts15-Jun-2014 18:25
I like the very low POV, and the converging verticals give it a dramatic look. V.
Martin Lamoon15-Jun-2014 17:54
Like this church, great capture.
chris morton15-Jun-2014 17:37
an unusual one; certainly got the local sandstone colour
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