First, I should thank those of you who so kindly replied to my message on yesterday's posting.
Today, let's continue the very simple return to old fundamentals. This is the view towards the famous Richmond Hill as seen from the footpath alongside the old St. Peter's Church, which dates from Saxon times. A Christian church has stood here for about 1,000 years, and even before that men were dwelling around about close to the river and on the heights above. Even 400,000 years ago during the interglacial Paleolithic period the precursors of modern man were right here.
I like the view for the rooflines and of course the Autumn colours enhance it.
For the technically minded, the photo was taken on the Olympus E3 using the remarkably sharp and clear Olympus 50mm f2.0 lens.