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No, the shooting angle here is 90 degrees to the horizon; rather the today's papagolfade, La Chapelle Saint-Gonéry, which is the parish church of Plougrescant, a pretty place in the Côtes-d'Armor department in Bretagne in north-western France, was built without too much respect for the gravity rules. The church dates from 15-16C. Funny that the lead-covered wooden spire, added afterwards, in 1612, is tilted as well, but to the other direction!

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Additional Photos by Alexander Pasternak (pasternak) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1343 W: 179 N: 3376] (15181)
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