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Virtual Silhouette

By strokebloke  
Piddington is a small Northamptonshire village, near to Hackleton, situated upon a road which, to all intents and purposes, leads nowhere. Yet the parish church is an impressive piece of architecture.
Unfortunately, though it is readily accessible, it is almost impossible to get a close-up shot of it either without desperately converging verticals or, from a position which is unimpeded by trees or foliage.
So a distant shot, from the road leading into the village, provides some indication of the majesty of the church.

I acknowledge that it is a shot full of tonal aberration - the sensor metered for the sky and I was far too far away to position flood lights to balance the metering for the church GrinGrin

Consequently - almost a silhouette. Wink
The clock stands out well though, doesn't it ~ even if it is about 5 hours behind reality Smile

Tags: Village Parish Church

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