Ok, this is superb HDR processing, well done. Not very strong and not very soft, like the level. However, a secret to improve your HDR? Ok, HDR is for what? it's to balance the exposure in 2 different environments and present them in one image, where you would have something overexposed and underexposed. So, it works best on a place where you have 2 different exposures. Now, some say church is "the" best place for HDR, reason? because they have glasses, mosaic glasses, colourful ones. And what are behind those glasses during a sunny daytime? light, overexposed light... So, you'll have "the" 2 different light environments that we talked about
Hence, I guess you are getting to where I am going, use POV's that shows more of the church windows
it will make your image look very powerful, dramatic and magnifying.
Hope this will help, Sorry for messing your page and well done!
9.9 (for using less church windows 0.01)/10!!!