The priest’s side door of the church in Hunsingore. The header for this post gives a remote view of the church. (The name ‘Hunsingore’ really appeals to me, seems very romantic.) Hunsingore is a small village in the county of North Yorkshire. The church is very ‘Gothic’ but is not particularly old, 1868.
Out for a ride on my bicycle this morning, I visited a ‘derelict’ building, the door and window of which featured in an earlier post. (https://stephenhip.wordpress.com/2014/08/13/none-have-entered/). I’ve missed the optimum day for the ivy by the looks of it – and it’s going to be a long wait for another opportunity! The sun is much lower this time of year so the shadows of the trees are a bit more of a problem.
Apart from the difficulty of finding a true vertical/level reference point, I found this particular door really weird to look at. It seemed to me the door was smaller than in reality. I think it might be a question of proportions rather than perspective. The door is in the west wall of the tower of this particular church.
A close-up of a door I posted a few days ago.