Last week the distorted photograph was easily identified as a cathedral. By the style of the architecture it was most likely to have been an English cathedral. Easy enough so far it would seem. Identifying which of England’s many cathedral cities this particular cathedral resides in was perhaps a little more difficult. The tall spire may have helped identify the cathedral and thereby the city. The picturesque cathedral was painted by the artist Constable from across the meadows with the spire dominating the skyline. The city is Salisbury in Wiltshire, UK.
Congratulations to our five winners this week – Tim (@timofnewbury), Alpha Holiday Lettings (@AlphaHolidayLet), Andrew (@SplashDSM), Judith (@JudithBuntingLD and Atul (@pixodentist). Thank you to all those who took part.
This week the distorted photograph is of a cityscape featuring a very distinctive building. Once again if you can identify the building you will have no trouble pinpointing the city.
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