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Sep 22, 2020 12:17 |  #1816

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Sep 22, 2020 14:19 |  #1817

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Sep 26, 2020 19:25 |  #1818

el lobo wrote in post #19127620 (external link)
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Sep 27, 2020 01:34 as a reply to  @ Gnhntn's post |  #1819

Thank you very much.




  
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Sep 28, 2020 01:53 |  #1820

St Mary's Church. Ide Hill, Kent. UK.
The lychgate is seen in the top picture.
Has the distinction of being the highest church in Kent at 708ft (216m) ASL and has views from nearby over the Weald of Kent.
https://en.wikipedia.o​rg/wiki/Ide_Hill (external link)


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Sep 28, 2020 01:54 |  #1821

St Mary's Church. Ide Hill, Kent. UK.
Two more views. Showing the tower from the back of the church and the interior.


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Sep 28, 2020 01:59 |  #1822

Landscape from nearby. As I said above - St Mary's is the highest church in Kent. Walk a couple of hundred yards and here is the view.


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Sep 28, 2020 05:31 |  #1823

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Geez Ray, your verticals are all over the place in this one!:-P


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Sep 28, 2020 06:05 |  #1824

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Geez Ray, your verticals are all over the place in this one!:-P

It’s not wind Ray up day is it? Thanks Pippan, I just knew you might chip in on one of these, but it was not the one I expected, but all the same you have made me go boss-eyed looking at it, but are the horizontals ok?-?:lol::lol:


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Sep 28, 2020 06:30 |  #1825

Ray.Petri wrote in post #19131048 (external link)
It’s not wind Ray up day is it? Thanks Pippan, I just knew you might chip in on one of these, but it was not the one I expected, but all the same you have made me go boss-eyed looking at it, but are the horizontals ok?-?:lol::lol:

Ray you just need to correct the frame. That's what is out of whack. Then the rest will look perfect :-P
We all need winding up else we run flat.  :p



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Sep 28, 2020 15:45 |  #1826

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Ray you just need to correct the frame. That's what is out of whack. Then the rest will look perfect :-P
We all need winding up else we run flat.  :p

It's going to be hard to correct all those gravestones! (That's what I was talking about--it is wind up Ray day!)


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Sep 29, 2020 00:55 |  #1827

Pippan wrote in post #19131303 (external link)
It's going to be hard to correct all those gravestones! (That's what I was talking about--it is wind up Ray day!)

avondale87 wrote in post #19131064 (external link)
Ray you just need to correct the frame. That's what is out of whack. Then the rest will look perfect :-P
We all need winding up else we run flat.  :p

Pippan wrote in post #19131039 (external link)
Geez Ray, your verticals are all over the place in this one!:-P

OK! OK! You have succeeded in winding me up!-?
But I did spend some time before I published the first time giving it consideration. I did have perspective problems with all of those pictures and apart from that they were mostly stitched because I couldn't find space to shoot among all the Yew trees. You will notice I was using the lens at 24mm - a recipe for distortion.
Anyway - I put a 1degree anticlock rotation on it. What do you think now? It does look a bit better to me.:-)


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Sep 29, 2020 01:06 as a reply to  @ Ray.Petri's post |  #1828

Ray it looked perfectly good to this old surveyors eyes before. It's only out of vertical to what plane?
I love seeing these old headstones leaning every which way.
It's what we do in life as we battle into the breezes sent our way - and when others wind us up even :-P.

They do have some serious lean on those headstones, but they tend to do that.

Keep em coming I say.

Oh - and I've put the key away - for a while  :p



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Sep 29, 2020 02:19 |  #1829

avondale87 wrote in post #19131478 (external link)
Ray it looked perfectly good to this old surveyors eyes before. It's only out of vertical to what plane?
I love seeing these old headstones leaning every which way.
It's what we do in life as we battle into the breezes sent our way - and when others wind us up even :-P.

They do have some serious lean on those headstones, but they tend to do that.

Keep em coming I say.

Oh - and I've put the key away - for a while  :p

Thanks Richard. I took all the comments in good humour anyway.

Regarding the headstones - they do make the place look like 'a graveyard for old headstones':-)
Apologies to the Vicar for the pun. The church was very interesting and I had waited too long to get this shot.


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Sep 29, 2020 02:43 |  #1830

I always find it amusing when I visit Beer in Devon to see the word BEER in flowers outside the church.


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