Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, better known as Seville Cathedral, taken October 2017
I like this upwards angle, framed by the lampost and tree. I went inside and around the cathedral, and from wherever you stand you seem to always find yourself looking up. Maybe that’s something to do with this being the third largest church in the world – and technically the world’s largest cathedral, as the other two (Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida in Brazil and St. Peter’s Basilica in London) aren’t the seat of bishops.
In fact, it was inside this cathedral that I broke my sunglasses: they fell off the top of my head when I looked up at the huge golden altar inside. The fall didn’t break them, but me stepping back to find them and subsequently standing on them did!