This is the ruined 13th century Elgin Cathedral in northern Scotland. I replaced the sky using the new Sky Replacement command in Photoshop as well as composited the model in front of the ruins. I've photographed this site in sunset light as well as in rain, and I much prefer the brooding, moody look of the ancient architecture in dreary weather. When Catholic mass was banned in England and Scotland in 1534, Catholic cathedrals fell into disuse. Over time, locals dismantled the cathedrals and used the stone blocks to build their homes. This was much easier than quarrying and cutting new stone. That's why these once magnificent cathedrals are in ruins. Only a few walls are left, testifying to the great architectural achievements of the past. My settings for the shot of the cathedral were 1/400, f/3.2, 400 ISO, and I used a Sigma 14mm f/1.8 wide angle.