Often known as the Boston Stump, St Botolph’s Church tower stretches 272 feet above the city of Boston in Lincolnshire.
The climb, which includes c200 stone steps, is not for the faint hearted or clumsy-footed. The construction of the tower started somewhere between 1425-1439 and wasn’t completed until c1510-1520, nearly hundred years later.
Once you have staggered to the top of the tower, the views of the city below are to die for.
With my camera set to one it pre-programmed settings – toy camera shooting mode – it enabled me to capture a set of pictures as if taken with “toy” or pinhole camera.