Wikipedia:Picture peer review/Jewry Wall and St Nicholas

Jewry Wall and St Nicholas, LeicesterEdit

Original - The Jewry Wall and St Nicholas' Church in Leicester, England. The wall is the second largest piece of surviving civil Roman building in Britain, and is both a Scheduled Monument and a Grade I listed building. Originally it separated the Palaestra from the Frigidarium at Ratae Corieltauvorum's baths. St Nicholas' Church is also Grade I listed, and dates from AD 880.

Good points: high resolution and adequately sharp, good EV, nice lighting on the main subject. Bad points (explaining why I posted it here and not at FPC): shadow and noise in bottom right corner, overexposed building on left, "it's just a wall".

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Jewry Wall, St Nicholas' Church, Leicester, Scheduled Monuments in Leicester, Grade I listed buildings in Leicester, Ratae Corieltauvorum
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NotFromUtrecht (talk) 18:41, 10 March 2010 (UTC)
  • I would like to see it featured. I think the shadow actually makes the wall stand out better. 12:51, 13 March 2010 Humanfeather
  • Thanks for your comment, but I'm erring towards not bothering with this one. NotFromUtrecht (talk) 18:37, 3 April 2010 (UTC)