Heptonstall’s two most famous church sites are the ruins of the 3th century church of St Thomas à Becket and its 19th century replacement, the church of St Thomas the Apostle.
A view of the ruins of the church of St Thomas à Becket, built between 1256 and 1260 AD, it’s West face fell away during a storm in 1847. The church continued in use until 1854 when it was replaced.
A black and white shot of the interior of the ruins.
The 19th century replacement church of St Thomas the Apostle
Todays featured image is another black and white image of the ruins.
The shutter speed was 1/10 @ f/8 and 12 mm. The ISO was 100.