Holy Trinity Church, Rothwell in Northamptonshire, England, has the longest nave in the county. The main body of the church dates from the 13th century, although the oldest part was built in Norman times. I wandered through the church late one evening and was caught by the sky initially and took some shots on my Iphone. Liked them so went back with my camera. Was able to use the churchyard wall as a steady and opened up the shutter on a longer exposure, using the camera timer to eliminate camera shake. Like this shot, but disappointed a bit that I couldnt capture the ancient feel to the church that it generates in reality. Might go back to this setting and experiment a bit more.