Photographer's Note

The main facade of the gothic cathedral of Coutances under the warm sun of the end of the day. I couldn't resist taking it against the heavy grey sky in the background.
I just realised that the first picture of this cathedral has been posted recently by Sabrina (who took it the day after). She offers you a different point of view taken from the bishop's garden.

The Coutances cathedral was miraculously preserved from destruction in 1944.

I did my best to correct the perspective. I hope you'll appreciate it, although I am not personnaly convinced that it looks more natural.
I rotated the picture clockwise to get the alley lines parallel to the frame... and only noticed too late that the towers appeared tilted (thanks to all for comments and to PY for the WS)

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Additional Photos by Eric PIRARD (cyrrhus) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 414 W: 26 N: 578] (2878)
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