Good Friday is a solemn Christian holiday that falls two days before Easter Sunday.
In England, hundreds of celebrants from local church groups gathered outside the Gloucestershire town of Dursley to commemorate the day by carrying a wooden cross up Cam Peak, a steep hill outside of town.
Here, film makers Matt Wicks and Duncan McDonald took stills with a Canon 5Dii camera, then used post-production techniques to create the shallow depth of field that makes the already charming English countryside look even more quaint.
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WATCH: An English Good Friday In Miniature
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article referred to the town Dursley as Durley.