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My 100th photo is of the war memorial in Lincoln. It stands in St Benedict’s Square in the city centre.
I tried to take a picture if the Stonebow, which was built in the 16th century and marks the position of the original Roman gate allowing access to the south of the city. Unfortunately, it was a bit of a disaster, not least as I took it from the back:
Still, it’s the 100th day of the year, and my 100th photo-a-day, so I must be doing something right!