Come on Dave, I was talking about prints, not web files.
No problem Russ, only trying to give you a good natured dig in the ribs
Walter - I couldn't pull back any further, as there was a large altar/podium right at my left elbow and sort of in front left of the window, that took quite some wiggling and tripod manipulation just to eliminate from the shot, as I didn't have my wide angle with me, just the 24-105 - BTW, it was midday and the church was completely empty, so I wasn't disturbing anyone when I took the shot. St Kilda's is situated in a quiet coastal location, so I had it all to myself and I did not disturb a thing other than dust and a few spiders.
louoates - I did actually try getting in close before the wider shot shown here, because of the above mentioned altar/podium sticking into the left hand corner of the shot, which I thought would stop me getting the full window, until I decided it was worth putting more effort into getting all of it in, including all the items in front as best as I could. But for the much easier close in perspective at the 24 end, I couldn't find an acceptable framing of Saint Oran that didn't look like I was cutting him in half or chopping him off at the knees etc.
Kevin - Thanks for that and I am so glad that you like my work.
Thanks everyone for the feedback and I will do as you ask Russ and re-post