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I see this is your first upload and I like your photograph, but, in my opinion, there seems to be something a little odd with the colour. I've had a play to see if I can work it out, but failed. So, I have uploaded a mod where I have used the perspective tool to make the verticals vertical, used curves to reduce the contrast and converted to black and white and tweeked the contrast again in curves all using GIMP (a free download program). I then applied a light yellow/red tint using Picasa (free from Google). I hope you like it.
Welcome to the Critique Galley Romas.
It's a magnificent structure but very difficult to capture on camera with all the trees around etc. The spire of the cathedral is leaning distinctly to the left, caused by lens distortion, particularly with a wide angle lens. It is especially noticeable when the structure is near the edge of the frame. As James has shown you can correct it using processing software and keeping towers etc away from the frame edge will also help.
I like the way you have included the couple framed by the tree branch - a nice touch which gives scale to the building and adds a bit of human interest.
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