I’ll get round to doing a gallery type post later, but I thought I’d let this one out on its own first. While I was walking around Durham Cathedral, I took a closer look at what I had assumed was a moderately old Celtic Cross nearby. It actually turned out to be a memorial to members of the Durham Light Infantry who had died in battle.
It took a bit of moving around to get this angle, and a bit of lens correction tweaking in Lightroom to make it look a bit less like things were falling over backwards. I also used the Content Aware Fill thingy to remove the top half of a person from the grass, as they looked a bit odd sticking up there after I’d cropped the image.