Friday, November 11, 2011

Church and hay-rolls

Churches similar or identical to this one can be seen all over Iceland. The church is built on land belonging to a farm, and the farmers are its caretakers. The marshmallow-like things are huge, round bales of hay, wrapped  in plastic for protection. This church is located between Skagaströnd and Blönduós in northern Iceland.

Technical  information: I cropped it to balance it and take advantage of the rule of thirds. Otherwise it has not been tampered with.

Because the fence is on an incline and tilts down to the left it creates the optical illusion that the church is leaning to the left, while it is in fact straight.

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