The Collegiate Church of St Bartholomew, Tong

This ancient building was dedicated in 1410, and is held to be one of the finest examples of a church built in perpendicular style in the country.
This notable landmark which stands in a tiny village with just over 200 inhabitants, is often described as the Westminster Abbey of the Midlands.

Beautiful -but is it sinking or something
posted October 8th, 2017  
Lovely treatment
posted October 9th, 2017  
Great shot of this wonderful piece of history.
posted October 9th, 2017  
@joansmor the church is built on top of a slight hill, I was near the bottom of said hill and it's the curve in the ground that makes it look like the church is sinking.
posted October 9th, 2017  
@fbailey @littleconnie thank you for your lovely comments
posted October 9th, 2017  
Lovely - nice processing
posted October 9th, 2017  
Fabulous architecture.
posted October 9th, 2017  
Truly a stunning capture. Fav!
posted October 9th, 2017  
Lovely, nice processing!
posted October 9th, 2017  
A super capture and great processing. Fav!! 😀
posted October 9th, 2017  
Nice perspective. I'm going to be controversial (in view of above comments) and say I'm not a big fan of the processing or filter here, but that's just personal preferences I suppose.
posted October 9th, 2017  
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