Usually when I take photos of churches, I try to show the symmetry there and so take the photos exactly from the center. But when I’m done with that I always take few photos from the sides, just to have also something different. And here is such a side photo from the Pannonhalma arch-abbey.
This is a HDR created from 6 shots in Oloneo photoengine. Btw. the circle window in the back had no decorations and it was this milky white color, so that’s why I left it overexposed, and haven’t pushed the exposure more down.