Upper Winchendon Church, photo: Malcolm Aslett





















You can see the typical joiner's 'eye' in the one. The more pictures you take to represent a scene the greater the distortion. This one choses to hide certain joins and emphasize others. The shadow of the two figures in the foreground automatically gives it a bit more of a narrative. The disunity in the far right of the building and the graveyard could almost be missed if aren't looking for them and they help that centrifugal effect that you get from the bulging image.