I love 'Boston Stump', the tall tower of the church of St Botolph that dominates the Lincolnshire town.
It has a feel of Babel about it. With nothing else around on the flat horizon, it just seems to climb and climb and climb into the sky. (Here's the home page of the church)
Wherever you are in the town (or even wherever in the Wash - the tower has been a symbol of navigation for 500 years) it's there for you to find your way around, like a monstrous stone compass needle.
The picture above is an aberration. In reality, the Stump makes me want to break every so-called rule of composition, sticking it in the middle of every picture.
I'll save the best for last: