The painting is upside-down compared with the way I orientated it, but I like the fact that Bess had different ideas.
The orientation of a roundograph is completely arbitrary, I either decide which way round it should go because I find it more pleasing one way or to throw the focus on a part of the picture. Either way, it's open to anybody else to decide differently.
In this case, I chose to focus on the building, but when it's turned round like the painting, a whole different set of features become the subject.
I suppose there's no right way round :-)