I was asked for some photographs for Tewkesbury Abbey for an article in "Die Zinnfigur" magazine. At the time, I only had ones taken at night, and for the most part, they weren't very good, so I made two daytime visits to rectify this issue, with the first visit focusing on the southeast side of the building as seen here, and the second on the northwest side. In the end, this was the only photograph chosen for publication, and the second visit wasn't absolutely necessary.
For the most part, the photographs have had minimal work on them. In this instance the photograph is "as taken" apart from the removal of an aircraft contrail.