Roger Fenton has pushed the horizon line down to the bottom of this photograph, thus creating a "dreamlike sea of sky with waves of clouds going into the distance," says curator Malcolm Daniel. "It's not about the particular place, it's about a state of mind."
Listen to a reading of "Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey" by William Wordsworth, and zoom in on Fenton's photograph to explore the sublime aspects of the image.
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