Northern Ireland - JoeDanielPrice

Mussenden Temple and Beach, Castlerock, County Derry, Northern Ireland - Sunrise at Mussenden Temple (built in 1785 and part of the Downhill Estate) is a small circular building, modeled from the Temple of Vesta at the Roman Forum in Rome, located on cliffs over Castlerock not far from Portstewart. Over the years the erosion of the 120-foot cliff has brought the temple right to the edge. In 1997 the National Trust carried out cliff stabilization work to prevent the loss of the iconic building. If you use a wide-angle lens, often shapes elongate and distorts nearer the edges, you can correct this in Photoshop using either the transform warp tool or the puppet warp tool.

Mussenden Temple and Beach, Castlerock, County Derry, Northern Ireland - Sunrise at Mussenden Temple (built in 1785 and part of the Downhill Estate) is a small circular building, modeled from the Temple of Vesta at the Roman Forum in Rome, located on cliffs over Castlerock not far from Portstewart. Over the years the erosion of the 120-foot cliff has brought the temple right to the edge. In 1997 the National Trust carried out cliff stabilization work to prevent the loss of the iconic building. If you use a wide-angle lens, often shapes elongate and distorts nearer the edges, you can correct this in Photoshop using either the transform warp tool or the puppet warp tool.

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