Canon 5D Mark II, 35mm F/1.4, multiple exposures processed with NIK HDR Efex
I like this particular POV because it includes so many of the architectural forms used at Fonthill. Understand that this house was not built like others. Each floor was built as a series of "forms." Like making a sand mold or wax mold if you have ever done any casting.
Sand would then be placed into the forms, then the tile pieces, then concrete. When the concrete cured, the forms would be removed, the sand washed away, and then you have what is seen here. All this happening around 1910, 100 years ago. Amazing, isn't it?