A view of Lincoln, England, sometimes missed because it was taken from a side street. As you walk up Steep Hill towards the Cathederal and Precinct a number of alleys cross your path. A detour up or down one of these will often reveal a quite lane with a lovely historic view. Here two of the Cathederal spires can be seen.
In the 14th Century, Lincoln Cathederal was the tallest building in the world. Back then it sported spires on its towers, which apparently were destroyed by weather hundereds of years ago and not replaced.
Scene shot with a Canon S100 in RAW at ISO 100 at f3.2 and 100th sec. The camera has fixed 5.2-26mm lens. In this shot the focal length was 7.2mm. The camera has a 12 megapixel 1/17in CMOS type sensor.
The image was processed in Photoshop CS6.