Being that wide angle I don't think you could have all the pillars vertical and have it look right (a bit like in @rick448's wide angle shot).
What is important is to avoid tombstoning (where the subject appears to be falling backwards) and you've achieved this admirably.
The guard statue stands out nicely against the red brick and fun to see you've caught a pigeon on the roof
Nice Image Alison, the steps are level and as Tim (LC2) has mentioned it's impossible to get the pillers vertical. You could have attempted to use keystoneing in the crop tool of Photoshop, but I feel that would cause a whole load of other problems. Good exposure and I like the detail above the pillers.
That is an impressive stamp. Having both stamp and the resultant picture in the image tells a story and I can completely understand why it gives pleasure. I think you might find a subject for next week's theme in your paper crafting too
I'm sensing a theme here... Not that that is any bad thing! This looks like a single shot (?) - but the triptych type treatment (and try say that quickly three times...) works very nicely to tell a story - I will apologise in advance if I "borrow" this technique!
I love the vintage look about this, and the paper and dies on either side tells the story. Nicely laid out.
Is your big shot really black? I’ve been watching a lot of paper crafting videos lately and haven’t seen any black ones. Looks like a very handy tool to have in your arsenal. I’m trying to resist getting into it