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Believed to have been built in order to win a wager. One night the inebriated Earl Fitzwilliam accepted a wager that he could not “drive a carriage through the eye of a needle”.
Needle’s Eye was built around 1746 and is around 14m tall, it’s one of three follies on the Wentworth estate and is a Grade II* Listed Building in Wentworth, Rotherham, UK.
Images taken on a Canon EOS 7D with a 18mm, 50mm and 135mm lens. Processed using Reality Capture, images under the arch where taken with\without a flash to help with illumination. Images where masked in some areas, and some images where only used for geometry and not texturing to manage the mixed lighting.