St Thomas of Harty Church, Isle of Harty, Kent, UK.
The Harty church is probably one of the last buildings to serve the public without gas, electricity or running water (due to its isolated position). Dating back to the 11th century it still holds regular services.
The visitor wandered in from the neighbouring farm, where he failed to impress the chickens with his beauty.
Canon 550D, Sigma 10-20mm. HDR processed in Photomatix and PS5.
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